The chiral critical point in 3-flavour QCD

Karsch F, Laermann E, Schmidt C (2001)
PHYSICS LETTERS B 520(1-2): 41-49.

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We determine the second order endpoint of the line of first order phase transitions. which occur in the light quark mass regime of 3-flavour QCD at finite temperature, and analyze universal properties of this chiral critical point. A detailed analysis of Binder cumulants and the joint probability distributions of energy like and ordering-field like observables confirms that the chiral critical point belongs to the universality class of the three-dimensional Ising model. From a calculation with improved gauge and staggered fermion actions we estimate that the transition is first order for pseudo-scalar meson masses less than about 200 MeV. (C) 2001 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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Karsch F, Laermann E, Schmidt C. The chiral critical point in 3-flavour QCD. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 2001;520(1-2):41-49.
Karsch, F., Laermann, E., & Schmidt, C. (2001). The chiral critical point in 3-flavour QCD. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 520(1-2), 41-49.
Karsch, F., Laermann, E., and Schmidt, C. (2001). The chiral critical point in 3-flavour QCD. PHYSICS LETTERS B 520, 41-49.
Karsch, F., Laermann, E., & Schmidt, C., 2001. The chiral critical point in 3-flavour QCD. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 520(1-2), p 41-49.
F. Karsch, E. Laermann, and C. Schmidt, “The chiral critical point in 3-flavour QCD”, PHYSICS LETTERS B, vol. 520, 2001, pp. 41-49.
Karsch, F., Laermann, E., Schmidt, C.: The chiral critical point in 3-flavour QCD. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 520, 41-49 (2001).
Karsch, Frithjof, Laermann, Edwin, and Schmidt, Christian. “The chiral critical point in 3-flavour QCD”. PHYSICS LETTERS B 520.1-2 (2001): 41-49.
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