Lattice QCD at non-zero chemical potential and the resonance gas model

Karsch F (2004)
In: PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT. PROGRESS THEORETICAL PHYSICS PUBLICATION OFFICE: 106-117.

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We present results from lattice calculations on the thermodynamics of QCD at nonzero temperature and baryon chemical potential and discuss the role of resonances for the occurrence of the transition to the quark-gluon plasma in hot and dense matter. Properties of a hadronic resonance gas are compared to lattice results on the equation of state at zero as well as non-zero baryon chemical potential. Furthermore, it is shown that the quark mass dependence of the transition temperature can be understood in terms of lines of constant energy density in a resonance gas.
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Karsch F. Lattice QCD at non-zero chemical potential and the resonance gas model. In: PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT. PROGRESS THEORETICAL PHYSICS PUBLICATION OFFICE; 2004: 106-117.
Karsch, F. (2004). Lattice QCD at non-zero chemical potential and the resonance gas model. PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT(153), 106-117.
Karsch, F. (2004). “Lattice QCD at non-zero chemical potential and the resonance gas model” in PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT (PROGRESS THEORETICAL PHYSICS PUBLICATION OFFICE), 106-117.
Karsch, F., 2004. Lattice QCD at non-zero chemical potential and the resonance gas model. In PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT. PROGRESS THEORETICAL PHYSICS PUBLICATION OFFICE, pp. 106-117.
F. Karsch, “Lattice QCD at non-zero chemical potential and the resonance gas model”, PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT, PROGRESS THEORETICAL PHYSICS PUBLICATION OFFICE, 2004, pp.106-117.
Karsch, F.: Lattice QCD at non-zero chemical potential and the resonance gas model. PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT. p. 106-117. PROGRESS THEORETICAL PHYSICS PUBLICATION OFFICE (2004).
Karsch, Frithjof. “Lattice QCD at non-zero chemical potential and the resonance gas model”. PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT. PROGRESS THEORETICAL PHYSICS PUBLICATION OFFICE, 2004. 106-117.
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