String breaking and quarkonium dissociation at finite temperatures

Digal S, Petreczky P, Satz H (2001)
PHYSICS LETTERS B 514(1-2): 57-62.

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Recent lattice studies of string breaking in QCD with dynamical quarks determine the in-medium temperature dependence of the heavy quark potential. Comparing this to the binding energies of different quarkonium states, we check if these can decay into open charm/beauty in a confined hadronic medium. Our studies indicate in particular that the chi (c) and the psi ' dissociate into open charm below the deconfinement point. (C) 2001 Published by Elsevier Science B.V.
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Digal S, Petreczky P, Satz H. String breaking and quarkonium dissociation at finite temperatures. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 2001;514(1-2):57-62.
Digal, S., Petreczky, P., & Satz, H. (2001). String breaking and quarkonium dissociation at finite temperatures. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 514(1-2), 57-62.
Digal, S., Petreczky, P., and Satz, H. (2001). String breaking and quarkonium dissociation at finite temperatures. PHYSICS LETTERS B 514, 57-62.
Digal, S., Petreczky, P., & Satz, H., 2001. String breaking and quarkonium dissociation at finite temperatures. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 514(1-2), p 57-62.
S. Digal, P. Petreczky, and H. Satz, “String breaking and quarkonium dissociation at finite temperatures”, PHYSICS LETTERS B, vol. 514, 2001, pp. 57-62.
Digal, S., Petreczky, P., Satz, H.: String breaking and quarkonium dissociation at finite temperatures. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 514, 57-62 (2001).
Digal, S, Petreczky, P, and Satz, Helmut. “String breaking and quarkonium dissociation at finite temperatures”. PHYSICS LETTERS B 514.1-2 (2001): 57-62.
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