The Gluon Propagator at High Temperature

Heller UM, Karsch F, Rank J (1995)
Physics Letters B 355(3-4): 511-517.

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We study the gluon propagator in Landau gauge in the deconfined phase of SU(2) gauge theory. From the long-distance behaviour of correlation functions of temporal and spatial components of the gauge fields we extract electric (m(l)) and magnetic (m(m)) screening masses. For temperatures larger than twice T-c we find no additional temperature dependence in m(l)(T)/T, while m(m)(T)/T drops with increasing temperature. The decrease is consistent with the expected behaviour,m(m)(T) similar to g(2)(T)T We find m(l)(T) = 2.484(52)T and m(m)(T) = 0.466(15)g(2)(T)T.
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Physics Letters B
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355
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511-517
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Heller UM, Karsch F, Rank J. The Gluon Propagator at High Temperature. Physics Letters B. 1995;355(3-4):511-517.
Heller, U. M., Karsch, F., & Rank, J. (1995). The Gluon Propagator at High Temperature. Physics Letters B, 355(3-4), 511-517. doi:10.1016/0370-2693(95)00748-A
Heller, U. M., Karsch, F., and Rank, J. (1995). The Gluon Propagator at High Temperature. Physics Letters B 355, 511-517.
Heller, U.M., Karsch, F., & Rank, J., 1995. The Gluon Propagator at High Temperature. Physics Letters B, 355(3-4), p 511-517.
U.M. Heller, F. Karsch, and J. Rank, “The Gluon Propagator at High Temperature”, Physics Letters B, vol. 355, 1995, pp. 511-517.
Heller, U.M., Karsch, F., Rank, J.: The Gluon Propagator at High Temperature. Physics Letters B. 355, 511-517 (1995).
Heller, Urs M., Karsch, Frithjof, and Rank, J. “The Gluon Propagator at High Temperature”. Physics Letters B 355.3-4 (1995): 511-517.

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