Resonant decay of parity odd bubbles in hot hadronic matter

Ahrensmeier D, Baier R, Dirks M (2000)
PHYSICS LETTERS B 484(1-2): 58-63.

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We investigate the decay of metastable states with broken CP-symmetry which have recently been proposed by Kharzeev, Pisarski and Tytgat to form in hot hadronic matter. We consider the efficiency of the amplification of the eta'-field via parametric resonance, taking the backreaction into account. For times of the order t approximate to 10 fm, we find a particle density of about 0.7/fm(3) and a correlation length of xi(max) approximate to 2.4 fm. The corresponding momentum spectra show a non-thermal behaviour. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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Ahrensmeier D, Baier R, Dirks M. Resonant decay of parity odd bubbles in hot hadronic matter. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 2000;484(1-2):58-63.
Ahrensmeier, D., Baier, R., & Dirks, M. (2000). Resonant decay of parity odd bubbles in hot hadronic matter. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 484(1-2), 58-63.
Ahrensmeier, D., Baier, R., and Dirks, M. (2000). Resonant decay of parity odd bubbles in hot hadronic matter. PHYSICS LETTERS B 484, 58-63.
Ahrensmeier, D., Baier, R., & Dirks, M., 2000. Resonant decay of parity odd bubbles in hot hadronic matter. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 484(1-2), p 58-63.
D. Ahrensmeier, R. Baier, and M. Dirks, “Resonant decay of parity odd bubbles in hot hadronic matter”, PHYSICS LETTERS B, vol. 484, 2000, pp. 58-63.
Ahrensmeier, D., Baier, R., Dirks, M.: Resonant decay of parity odd bubbles in hot hadronic matter. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 484, 58-63 (2000).
Ahrensmeier, D, Baier, Rudolf, and Dirks, M. “Resonant decay of parity odd bubbles in hot hadronic matter”. PHYSICS LETTERS B 484.1-2 (2000): 58-63.
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