The size of Bose-Einstein effects in the statistical bootstrap model

Engels J, Fabricius K, Schilling K (1975)
Physics Letters, B 59(5): 477-480.

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We have determined the shift in Hagedorn temperature due to Bose statistics and calculated explicitly the cluster expansions of fireball level densities. This enabled us to investigate Bose effects in one-particle spectra and integrated correlations. Apart from the low secondary energy region of the one-particle distributions, the nonasymptotic behaviour of these quantities is little affected.
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Engels J, Fabricius K, Schilling K. The size of Bose-Einstein effects in the statistical bootstrap model. Physics Letters, B. 1975;59(5):477-480.
Engels, J., Fabricius, K., & Schilling, K. (1975). The size of Bose-Einstein effects in the statistical bootstrap model. Physics Letters, B, 59(5), 477-480.
Engels, J., Fabricius, K., and Schilling, K. (1975). The size of Bose-Einstein effects in the statistical bootstrap model. Physics Letters, B 59, 477-480.
Engels, J., Fabricius, K., & Schilling, K., 1975. The size of Bose-Einstein effects in the statistical bootstrap model. Physics Letters, B, 59(5), p 477-480.
J. Engels, K. Fabricius, and K. Schilling, “The size of Bose-Einstein effects in the statistical bootstrap model”, Physics Letters, B, vol. 59, 1975, pp. 477-480.
Engels, J., Fabricius, K., Schilling, K.: The size of Bose-Einstein effects in the statistical bootstrap model. Physics Letters, B. 59, 477-480 (1975).
Engels, Jürgen, Fabricius, K., and Schilling, K. “The size of Bose-Einstein effects in the statistical bootstrap model”. Physics Letters, B 59.5 (1975): 477-480.
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