# Strong Coupling Series for QCD at Finite Temperature and Density

Langelage J, Philipsen O (2010)

In: Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement. Institute of Pure and Applied Physics (IPAP): 567-571.

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Langelage, Jens

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We discuss the use of strong coupling expansions for Yang-Mills theory and QCD at finite temperature and density. In particular we consider the onset of temperature effects for the free energy and screening masses, derive the hadron resonance gas model from first principles and compute the weakening of the deconfinement transition with chemical potential.

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Langelage J, Philipsen O. Strong Coupling Series for QCD at Finite Temperature and Density. In:

*Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement*. Institute of Pure and Applied Physics (IPAP); 2010: 567-571.Langelage, J., & Philipsen, O. (2010). Strong Coupling Series for QCD at Finite Temperature and Density.

*Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement*(186), 567-571.Langelage, J., and Philipsen, O. (2010). “Strong Coupling Series for QCD at Finite Temperature and Density” in

*Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement*(Institute of Pure and Applied Physics (IPAP), 567-571.Langelage, J., & Philipsen, O., 2010. Strong Coupling Series for QCD at Finite Temperature and Density. In

*Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement*. Institute of Pure and Applied Physics (IPAP), pp. 567-571.J. Langelage and O. Philipsen, “Strong Coupling Series for QCD at Finite Temperature and Density”,

*Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement*, Institute of Pure and Applied Physics (IPAP), 2010, pp.567-571.Langelage, J., Philipsen, O.: Strong Coupling Series for QCD at Finite Temperature and Density. Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement. p. 567-571. Institute of Pure and Applied Physics (IPAP) (2010).

Langelage, Jens, and Philipsen, Owe. “Strong Coupling Series for QCD at Finite Temperature and Density”.

*Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement*. Institute of Pure and Applied Physics (IPAP), 2010. 567-571.
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