Dimensionally reduced QCD at high temperature

Möller J, Schroeder Y (2012)
In: Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics. 67. 168-172.

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Finite-temperature QCD at high temperature T exhibits three different momentum scales T,gT and g2T. Naive perturbation theory in a small gauge coupling g does not work beyond leading order. In the framework of effective theories, a separation of contributions originating from the different momentum scales can be systematically performed, allowing for higher-order weak-coupling expansions. In this talk, we review finite-temperature QCD in the EQCD/MQCD framework, and outline a specific high-precision calculation of matching coefficients therein.
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Möller J, Schroeder Y. Dimensionally reduced QCD at high temperature. In: Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics. Vol 67. 2012: 168-172.
Möller, J., & Schroeder, Y. (2012). Dimensionally reduced QCD at high temperature. Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics, 67(2), 168-172.
Möller, J., and Schroeder, Y. (2012). “Dimensionally reduced QCD at high temperature” in Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics, vol. 67, 168-172.
Möller, J., & Schroeder, Y., 2012. Dimensionally reduced QCD at high temperature. In Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics. no.67 pp. 168-172.
J. Möller and Y. Schroeder, “Dimensionally reduced QCD at high temperature”, Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics, vol. 67, 2012, pp.168-172.
Möller, J., Schroeder, Y.: Dimensionally reduced QCD at high temperature. Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics. 67, p. 168-172. (2012).
Möller, Jan, and Schroeder, York. “Dimensionally reduced QCD at high temperature”. Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics. 2012.Vol. 67. 168-172.
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