Canonical strangeness enhancement

Sollfrank J, Becattini F, Redlich K, Satz H (1998)
In: NUCLEAR PHYSICS A. 638. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV: 399C-402C.

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According to recent experimental data and theoretical developments we discuss three distinct topics related to strangeness enhancement in nuclear reactions. We investigate the compatibility of multi-strange particle ratios measured in a restricted phase space with thermal model parameters extracted recently in 4 pi. We study the canonical suppression as a possible reason for the observed strangeness enhancement and argue that a connection between QGP formation and the undersaturation of strangeness is not excluded.
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Sollfrank J, Becattini F, Redlich K, Satz H. Canonical strangeness enhancement. In: NUCLEAR PHYSICS A. Vol 638. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV; 1998: 399C-402C.
Sollfrank, J., Becattini, F., Redlich, K., & Satz, H. (1998). Canonical strangeness enhancement. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A, 638(1-2), 399C-402C.
Sollfrank, J., Becattini, F., Redlich, K., and Satz, H. (1998). “Canonical strangeness enhancement” in NUCLEAR PHYSICS A, vol. 638, (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV), 399C-402C.
Sollfrank, J., et al., 1998. Canonical strangeness enhancement. In NUCLEAR PHYSICS A. no.638 ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, pp. 399C-402C.
J. Sollfrank, et al., “Canonical strangeness enhancement”, NUCLEAR PHYSICS A, vol. 638, ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 1998, pp.399C-402C.
Sollfrank, J., Becattini, F., Redlich, K., Satz, H.: Canonical strangeness enhancement. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A. 638, p. 399C-402C. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV (1998).
Sollfrank, J, Becattini, F, Redlich, K, and Satz, Helmut. “Canonical strangeness enhancement”. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 1998.Vol. 638. 399C-402C.
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