Deconfinement and quarkonium suppression

Karsch F (2005)
In: EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C. 43. SPRINGER: 35-43.

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Modifications in the production pattern of heavy quark bound states have long been considered to provide sensitive signatures for the thermal properties of dense matter created in heavy ion collisions. The original concept of Matsui and Satz for quarkonium suppression as a signature for deconfinement in heavy ion collisions has been challenged recently through lattice studies of spectral functions, which indicate the persistence of heavy quark bound states at temperatures well above the transition, as well as through the refined analysis of hadronization and recombination models, which take into account the thermal evolution of the medium generated in a heavy ion collision. We will review here recent developments on these topics.
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Karsch F. Deconfinement and quarkonium suppression. In: EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C. Vol 43. SPRINGER; 2005: 35-43.
Karsch, F. (2005). Deconfinement and quarkonium suppression. EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C, 43(1-4), 35-43.
Karsch, F. (2005). “Deconfinement and quarkonium suppression” in EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C, vol. 43, (SPRINGER), 35-43.
Karsch, F., 2005. Deconfinement and quarkonium suppression. In EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C. no.43 SPRINGER, pp. 35-43.
F. Karsch, “Deconfinement and quarkonium suppression”, EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C, vol. 43, SPRINGER, 2005, pp.35-43.
Karsch, F.: Deconfinement and quarkonium suppression. EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C. 43, p. 35-43. SPRINGER (2005).
Karsch, Frithjof. “Deconfinement and quarkonium suppression”. EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C. SPRINGER, 2005.Vol. 43. 35-43.
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