On the order of the finite temperature deconfinement phase transition in Z(2) and Z(3) lattice gauge theories

Gavai RV, Karsch F (1983)
Physics Letters, B 125(5): 406-410.

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Using Monte Carlo methods, we show that the finite temperature deconfinement phase transition in Z(3) lattice gauge theory is of first order by presenting evidence for the coexistence of the two phases in the transition region. A similar study for the Z(2) theory, however, failed to yield any such evidence, thus indicating the corresponding transition to be of higher order.
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Gavai RV, Karsch F. On the order of the finite temperature deconfinement phase transition in Z(2) and Z(3) lattice gauge theories. Physics Letters, B. 1983;125(5):406-410.
Gavai, R. V., & Karsch, F. (1983). On the order of the finite temperature deconfinement phase transition in Z(2) and Z(3) lattice gauge theories. Physics Letters, B, 125(5), 406-410.
Gavai, R. V., and Karsch, F. (1983). On the order of the finite temperature deconfinement phase transition in Z(2) and Z(3) lattice gauge theories. Physics Letters, B 125, 406-410.
Gavai, R.V., & Karsch, F., 1983. On the order of the finite temperature deconfinement phase transition in Z(2) and Z(3) lattice gauge theories. Physics Letters, B, 125(5), p 406-410.
R.V. Gavai and F. Karsch, “On the order of the finite temperature deconfinement phase transition in Z(2) and Z(3) lattice gauge theories”, Physics Letters, B, vol. 125, 1983, pp. 406-410.
Gavai, R.V., Karsch, F.: On the order of the finite temperature deconfinement phase transition in Z(2) and Z(3) lattice gauge theories. Physics Letters, B. 125, 406-410 (1983).
Gavai, R. V., and Karsch, Frithjof. “On the order of the finite temperature deconfinement phase transition in Z(2) and Z(3) lattice gauge theories”. Physics Letters, B 125.5 (1983): 406-410.
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