The non-perturbative O(g(6)) contribution to the free energy of hot SU(N) gauge theory

Lütgemeier M, Karsch F, Patkos A, Rank J (1997)
NUCLEAR PHYSICS B: 417-419.

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The non-perturbative input necessary for the determination of the O(g(6)) part of the weak coupling expansion of the free energy density for SU(2) and SU(3) gauge theories is estimated. Although the perturbative information completing the contribution to this order is missing, we give arguments that the magnetic fluctuations are dominated by screened elementary magnetic gluons.
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Lütgemeier M, Karsch F, Patkos A, Rank J. The non-perturbative O(g(6)) contribution to the free energy of hot SU(N) gauge theory. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B. 1997:417-419.
Lütgemeier, M., Karsch, F., Patkos, A., & Rank, J. (1997). The non-perturbative O(g(6)) contribution to the free energy of hot SU(N) gauge theory. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B, 417-419. doi:10.1016/S0920-5632(96)00675-5
Lütgemeier, M., Karsch, F., Patkos, A., and Rank, J. (1997). The non-perturbative O(g(6)) contribution to the free energy of hot SU(N) gauge theory. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B, 417-419.
Lütgemeier, M., et al., 1997. The non-perturbative O(g(6)) contribution to the free energy of hot SU(N) gauge theory. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B, , p 417-419.
M. Lütgemeier, et al., “The non-perturbative O(g(6)) contribution to the free energy of hot SU(N) gauge theory”, NUCLEAR PHYSICS B, 1997, pp. 417-419.
Lütgemeier, M., Karsch, F., Patkos, A., Rank, J.: The non-perturbative O(g(6)) contribution to the free energy of hot SU(N) gauge theory. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B. 417-419 (1997).
Lütgemeier, M, Karsch, Frithjof, Patkos, A, and Rank, J. “The non-perturbative O(g(6)) contribution to the free energy of hot SU(N) gauge theory”. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B (1997): 417-419.

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