Gravitational polarization tensor of thermal lambda X Phi(4) theory

Nachbagauer H, Rebhan AK, Schwarz D (1996)
Physical Review D 53(2): 882-890.

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The low-momentum structure of the gravitational polarization tensor of an ultrarelativistic plasma of scalar particles with lambda phi(4) interactions is evaluated in a two-loop calculation up to and including order lambda(3/2). This turns out to require an improved perturbation theory which resums a local thermal mass term as well as nonlocal hard-thermal-loop vertices of scalar and gravitational fields.
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Nachbagauer H, Rebhan AK, Schwarz D. Gravitational polarization tensor of thermal lambda X Phi(4) theory. Physical Review D. 1996;53(2):882-890.
Nachbagauer, H., Rebhan, A. K., & Schwarz, D. (1996). Gravitational polarization tensor of thermal lambda X Phi(4) theory. Physical Review D, 53(2), 882-890.
Nachbagauer, H., Rebhan, A. K., and Schwarz, D. (1996). Gravitational polarization tensor of thermal lambda X Phi(4) theory. Physical Review D 53, 882-890.
Nachbagauer, H., Rebhan, A.K., & Schwarz, D., 1996. Gravitational polarization tensor of thermal lambda X Phi(4) theory. Physical Review D, 53(2), p 882-890.
H. Nachbagauer, A.K. Rebhan, and D. Schwarz, “Gravitational polarization tensor of thermal lambda X Phi(4) theory”, Physical Review D, vol. 53, 1996, pp. 882-890.
Nachbagauer, H., Rebhan, A.K., Schwarz, D.: Gravitational polarization tensor of thermal lambda X Phi(4) theory. Physical Review D. 53, 882-890 (1996).
Nachbagauer, Herbert, Rebhan, Anton K., and Schwarz, Dominik. “Gravitational polarization tensor of thermal lambda X Phi(4) theory”. Physical Review D 53.2 (1996): 882-890.
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