QCD at non-zero chemical potential and temperature from the lattice

Allton CR, Kaczmarek O, Laermann E, Karsch F, Ejiri S, Scorzato L, Schmidt C, Hands SJ (2002) .

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A study of QCD at non-zero chemical potential, mu, and temperature, T, isperformed using the lattice technique. The transition temperature (between theconfined and deconfined phases) is determined as a function of mu and is foundto be in agreement with other work. In addition the variation of the pressureand energy density with mu is obtained for small positive mu. These results areof particular relevance for heavy-ion collision experiments.
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Allton CR, Kaczmarek O, Laermann E, et al. QCD at non-zero chemical potential and temperature from the lattice. 2002.
Allton, C. R., Kaczmarek, O., Laermann, E., Karsch, F., Ejiri, S., Scorzato, L., Schmidt, C., et al. (2002). QCD at non-zero chemical potential and temperature from the lattice.
Allton, C. R., Kaczmarek, O., Laermann, E., Karsch, F., Ejiri, S., Scorzato, L., Schmidt, C., and Hands, S. J. (2002). QCD at non-zero chemical potential and temperature from the lattice.
Allton, C.R., et al., 2002. QCD at non-zero chemical potential and temperature from the lattice.
C.R. Allton, et al., “QCD at non-zero chemical potential and temperature from the lattice”, 2002.
Allton, C.R., Kaczmarek, O., Laermann, E., Karsch, F., Ejiri, S., Scorzato, L., Schmidt, C., Hands, S.J.: QCD at non-zero chemical potential and temperature from the lattice. (2002).
Allton, C. R., Kaczmarek, O., Laermann, E., Karsch, F., Ejiri, S., Scorzato, L., Schmidt, Ch., and Hands, S. J. “QCD at non-zero chemical potential and temperature from the lattice”. (2002).
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