Solution of the statistical bootstrap with Bose statistics

Engels J, Fabricius K, Schilling K (1977)
Physical Review, D 16(1): 189-195.

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A brief and transparent way to introduce Bose statistics into the statistical bootstrap of Hagedorn and Frautschi is presented. The resulting bootstrap equation is solved by a cluster expansion for the grand canonical partition function. The shift of the ultimate temperature due to Bose statistics is determined through an iteration process. We discuss two-particle spectra of the decaying fireball (with given mass) as obtained from its grand microcanonical level density.
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Engels J, Fabricius K, Schilling K. Solution of the statistical bootstrap with Bose statistics. Physical Review, D. 1977;16(1):189-195.
Engels, J., Fabricius, K., & Schilling, K. (1977). Solution of the statistical bootstrap with Bose statistics. Physical Review, D, 16(1), 189-195.
Engels, J., Fabricius, K., and Schilling, K. (1977). Solution of the statistical bootstrap with Bose statistics. Physical Review, D 16, 189-195.
Engels, J., Fabricius, K., & Schilling, K., 1977. Solution of the statistical bootstrap with Bose statistics. Physical Review, D, 16(1), p 189-195.
J. Engels, K. Fabricius, and K. Schilling, “Solution of the statistical bootstrap with Bose statistics”, Physical Review, D, vol. 16, 1977, pp. 189-195.
Engels, J., Fabricius, K., Schilling, K.: Solution of the statistical bootstrap with Bose statistics. Physical Review, D. 16, 189-195 (1977).
Engels, Jürgen, Fabricius, K., and Schilling, K. “Solution of the statistical bootstrap with Bose statistics”. Physical Review, D 16.1 (1977): 189-195.
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