Signatures of charmonium modification in spatial correlation functions

Karsch F, Laermann E, Mukherjee S, Petreczky P (2012)
Physical Review D 85(11).

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We study spatial correlation functions of charmonium in 2+1 flavor QCD usingan improved staggered formulation. Contrary to the temporal correlationfunctions the spatial correlation functions exhibit a strong temperaturedependence above the QCD transition temperature. Above this temperature theyare sensitive to temporal boundary conditions. Both features become significantat a temperature close to 1.5 Tc and suggest corresponding modifications ofcharmonium spectral functions.
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Karsch F, Laermann E, Mukherjee S, Petreczky P. Signatures of charmonium modification in spatial correlation functions. Physical Review D. 2012;85(11).
Karsch, F., Laermann, E., Mukherjee, S., & Petreczky, P. (2012). Signatures of charmonium modification in spatial correlation functions. Physical Review D, 85(11).
Karsch, F., Laermann, E., Mukherjee, S., and Petreczky, P. (2012). Signatures of charmonium modification in spatial correlation functions. Physical Review D 85.
Karsch, F., et al., 2012. Signatures of charmonium modification in spatial correlation functions. Physical Review D, 85(11).
F. Karsch, et al., “Signatures of charmonium modification in spatial correlation functions”, Physical Review D, vol. 85, 2012.
Karsch, F., Laermann, E., Mukherjee, S., Petreczky, P.: Signatures of charmonium modification in spatial correlation functions. Physical Review D. 85, (2012).
Karsch, Frithjof, Laermann, Edwin, Mukherjee, Swagato, and Petreczky, P. “Signatures of charmonium modification in spatial correlation functions”. Physical Review D 85.11 (2012).
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