The impact of QCD plasma instabilities on bottom-up thermalization

Bödeker D (2005)
JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS 2005(10): 092.

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Abstract
QCD plasma instabilities, caused by an anisotropic momentum distributions of the particles in the plasma, are likely to play an important role in thermalization in heavy ion collisions. We consider plasmas with two different components of particles, one strongly anisotropic and one isotropic or nearly isotropic. The isotropic component does not eliminate instabilities but it decreases their growth rates. We investigate the impact of plasma instabilities on the first stage of the "bottom-up" thermalization scenario in which such a two-component plasma emerges, and find that even in the case of non-abelian saturation instabilities qualitatively change the bottom-up picture.
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Bödeker D. The impact of QCD plasma instabilities on bottom-up thermalization. JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS. 2005;2005(10): 092.
Bödeker, D. (2005). The impact of QCD plasma instabilities on bottom-up thermalization. JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, 2005(10): 092.
Bödeker, D. (2005). The impact of QCD plasma instabilities on bottom-up thermalization. JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS 2005:092.
Bödeker, D., 2005. The impact of QCD plasma instabilities on bottom-up thermalization. JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, 2005(10): 092.
D. Bödeker, “The impact of QCD plasma instabilities on bottom-up thermalization”, JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, vol. 2005, 2005, : 092.
Bödeker, D.: The impact of QCD plasma instabilities on bottom-up thermalization. JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS. 2005, : 092 (2005).
Bödeker, Dietrich. “The impact of QCD plasma instabilities on bottom-up thermalization”. JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS 2005.10 (2005): 092.
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