A finite size analysis of the heavy quark potential in a deconfining medium

Engels J, Karsch F, Satz H (1989)
Nuclear Physics, B 315(2): 419-435.

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From lattice studies of Polyakov loop correlations, we determine the potential for a static quark-antiquark pair in a thermal SU(2) gauge field system above the deconfinement temperature. We perform a high statistics, finite size analysis of the heavy quark potential. We investigate the functional form of the potential at intermediate distances and compare it to continuum perturbation theory predictions.
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Nuclear Physics, B
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315
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419-435
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Engels J, Karsch F, Satz H. A finite size analysis of the heavy quark potential in a deconfining medium. Nuclear Physics, B. 1989;315(2):419-435.
Engels, J., Karsch, F., & Satz, H. (1989). A finite size analysis of the heavy quark potential in a deconfining medium. Nuclear Physics, B, 315(2), 419-435. doi:10.1016/0550-3213(89)90362-3
Engels, J., Karsch, F., and Satz, H. (1989). A finite size analysis of the heavy quark potential in a deconfining medium. Nuclear Physics, B 315, 419-435.
Engels, J., Karsch, F., & Satz, H., 1989. A finite size analysis of the heavy quark potential in a deconfining medium. Nuclear Physics, B, 315(2), p 419-435.
J. Engels, F. Karsch, and H. Satz, “A finite size analysis of the heavy quark potential in a deconfining medium”, Nuclear Physics, B, vol. 315, 1989, pp. 419-435.
Engels, J., Karsch, F., Satz, H.: A finite size analysis of the heavy quark potential in a deconfining medium. Nuclear Physics, B. 315, 419-435 (1989).
Engels, Jürgen, Karsch, Frithjof, and Satz, Helmut. “A finite size analysis of the heavy quark potential in a deconfining medium”. Nuclear Physics, B 315.2 (1989): 419-435.
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