High temperature SU(2) gluon matter of the lattice

Engels J, Karsch F, Satz H, Montvay I (1981)
Physics Letters, B 101(1-2): 89-94.

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We calculate by Monte Carlo simulation on the lattice the energy density [epsilon] of an SU(2) Yang-Mills system at finite physical temperature. First, we study the high temperature form of [epsilon], showing that the conventional euclidean lattice formulation converges to the parameter-free Stefan-Boltzmann limit of a free gluon gas in the continuum. Secondly, we show that the specific heat of gluon matter exhibits a sharp peak at the transition point from the confined phase to the color-screened gluon gas. The resulting transition temperature is found to be 210 ± 10 MeV.
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Engels J, Karsch F, Satz H, Montvay I. High temperature SU(2) gluon matter of the lattice. Physics Letters, B. 1981;101(1-2):89-94.
Engels, J., Karsch, F., Satz, H., & Montvay, I. (1981). High temperature SU(2) gluon matter of the lattice. Physics Letters, B, 101(1-2), 89-94.
Engels, J., Karsch, F., Satz, H., and Montvay, I. (1981). High temperature SU(2) gluon matter of the lattice. Physics Letters, B 101, 89-94.
Engels, J., et al., 1981. High temperature SU(2) gluon matter of the lattice. Physics Letters, B, 101(1-2), p 89-94.
J. Engels, et al., “High temperature SU(2) gluon matter of the lattice”, Physics Letters, B, vol. 101, 1981, pp. 89-94.
Engels, J., Karsch, F., Satz, H., Montvay, I.: High temperature SU(2) gluon matter of the lattice. Physics Letters, B. 101, 89-94 (1981).
Engels, Jürgen, Karsch, Frithjof, Satz, Helmut, and Montvay, I. “High temperature SU(2) gluon matter of the lattice”. Physics Letters, B 101.1-2 (1981): 89-94.
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