Fluctuations of Goldstone modes and the chiral transition in QCD

Karsch F (2009)
NUCLEAR PHYSICS A 820(1-4): 99c-102c.

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We provide evidence for the influence of thermal fluctuations of Goldstone modes on the chiral condensate at finite temperature. We show that at fixed temperature, T < T-c, in the vicinity of the chiral transition temperature this leads to a characteristic dependence of the chiral condensate on the square root of the light quark mass (m(l)), which is expected for 3-dimensional models with broken O(N) symmetry. As a consequence the chiral susceptibility shows a strong quark mass dependence for all temperatures below T-c and diverges like 1/root m(l) in the chiral limit,.
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NUCLEAR PHYSICS A
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820
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1-4
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99c-102c
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Karsch F. Fluctuations of Goldstone modes and the chiral transition in QCD. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A. 2009;820(1-4):99c-102c.
Karsch, F. (2009). Fluctuations of Goldstone modes and the chiral transition in QCD. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A, 820(1-4), 99c-102c. doi:10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2009.01.025
Karsch, F. (2009). Fluctuations of Goldstone modes and the chiral transition in QCD. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A 820, 99c-102c.
Karsch, F., 2009. Fluctuations of Goldstone modes and the chiral transition in QCD. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A, 820(1-4), p 99c-102c.
F. Karsch, “Fluctuations of Goldstone modes and the chiral transition in QCD”, NUCLEAR PHYSICS A, vol. 820, 2009, pp. 99c-102c.
Karsch, F.: Fluctuations of Goldstone modes and the chiral transition in QCD. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A. 820, 99c-102c (2009).
Karsch, Frithjof. “Fluctuations of Goldstone modes and the chiral transition in QCD”. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A 820.1-4 (2009): 99c-102c.

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