The SU(3) deconfinement phase transition in the presence of quarks

Hasenfratz P, Karsch F, Stamatescu IO (1983)
Physics Letters, B 133(3-4): 221-226.

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The fate of the deconfinement phase transition is studied as a function of the quark mass on a 8 3 × 2 lattice. The first order phase transition present in the pure SU(3) lattice gauge theory weakens rapidly as the quark mass is decreased and no such transition is observed below a critical mass value. This critical mass appears to be large, of the order of GeV.
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Hasenfratz P, Karsch F, Stamatescu IO. The SU(3) deconfinement phase transition in the presence of quarks. Physics Letters, B. 1983;133(3-4):221-226.
Hasenfratz, P., Karsch, F., & Stamatescu, I. O. (1983). The SU(3) deconfinement phase transition in the presence of quarks. Physics Letters, B, 133(3-4), 221-226.
Hasenfratz, P., Karsch, F., and Stamatescu, I. O. (1983). The SU(3) deconfinement phase transition in the presence of quarks. Physics Letters, B 133, 221-226.
Hasenfratz, P., Karsch, F., & Stamatescu, I.O., 1983. The SU(3) deconfinement phase transition in the presence of quarks. Physics Letters, B, 133(3-4), p 221-226.
P. Hasenfratz, F. Karsch, and I.O. Stamatescu, “The SU(3) deconfinement phase transition in the presence of quarks”, Physics Letters, B, vol. 133, 1983, pp. 221-226.
Hasenfratz, P., Karsch, F., Stamatescu, I.O.: The SU(3) deconfinement phase transition in the presence of quarks. Physics Letters, B. 133, 221-226 (1983).
Hasenfratz, P., Karsch, Frithjof, and Stamatescu, I. O. “The SU(3) deconfinement phase transition in the presence of quarks”. Physics Letters, B 133.3-4 (1983): 221-226.
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