GAUGE DEPENDENCE OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE 2-LOOP EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL FOR THE HIGGS FIELD

Laine M (1995)
PHYSICAL REVIEW D 51(8): 4525-4532.

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Laine M. GAUGE DEPENDENCE OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE 2-LOOP EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL FOR THE HIGGS FIELD. PHYSICAL REVIEW D. 1995;51(8):4525-4532.
Laine, M. (1995). GAUGE DEPENDENCE OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE 2-LOOP EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL FOR THE HIGGS FIELD. PHYSICAL REVIEW D, 51(8), 4525-4532.
Laine, M. (1995). GAUGE DEPENDENCE OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE 2-LOOP EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL FOR THE HIGGS FIELD. PHYSICAL REVIEW D 51, 4525-4532.
Laine, M., 1995. GAUGE DEPENDENCE OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE 2-LOOP EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL FOR THE HIGGS FIELD. PHYSICAL REVIEW D, 51(8), p 4525-4532.
M. Laine, “GAUGE DEPENDENCE OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE 2-LOOP EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL FOR THE HIGGS FIELD”, PHYSICAL REVIEW D, vol. 51, 1995, pp. 4525-4532.
Laine, M.: GAUGE DEPENDENCE OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE 2-LOOP EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL FOR THE HIGGS FIELD. PHYSICAL REVIEW D. 51, 4525-4532 (1995).
Laine, Mikko. “GAUGE DEPENDENCE OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE 2-LOOP EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL FOR THE HIGGS FIELD”. PHYSICAL REVIEW D 51.8 (1995): 4525-4532.
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