Evolution of gravitational waves through the cosmological QCD transition

Schwarz D (1998)
Modern Physics Letters A 13(34): 2771-2778.

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The spectrum of gravitational waves that have been produced in inflation is modified during cosmological transitions. Significant decrease in the number of relativistic particles, like during the QCD transition or at e(+)e(-) annihilation, leads to steps in the spectrum of gravitational waves. We calculate the transfer function for the differential energy density of gravitational waves for a first-order and for a crossover QCD transition.
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Modern Physics Letters A
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Schwarz D. Evolution of gravitational waves through the cosmological QCD transition. Modern Physics Letters A. 1998;13(34):2771-2778.
Schwarz, D. (1998). Evolution of gravitational waves through the cosmological QCD transition. Modern Physics Letters A, 13(34), 2771-2778. doi:10.1142/S0217732398002941
Schwarz, D. (1998). Evolution of gravitational waves through the cosmological QCD transition. Modern Physics Letters A 13, 2771-2778.
Schwarz, D., 1998. Evolution of gravitational waves through the cosmological QCD transition. Modern Physics Letters A, 13(34), p 2771-2778.
D. Schwarz, “Evolution of gravitational waves through the cosmological QCD transition”, Modern Physics Letters A, vol. 13, 1998, pp. 2771-2778.
Schwarz, D.: Evolution of gravitational waves through the cosmological QCD transition. Modern Physics Letters A. 13, 2771-2778 (1998).
Schwarz, Dominik. “Evolution of gravitational waves through the cosmological QCD transition”. Modern Physics Letters A 13.34 (1998): 2771-2778.

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