Heavy quarkonia in a medium as a quantum dissipative system: master-equation approach

Borghini N, Gombeaud C (2012)
European Physical Journal C 72(5).

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The problem of the evolution of a heavy quarkonium in a medium can be recast as that of a quantum dissipative system. Within the framework of the master-equation approach to open quantum systems, we consider the real-time dynamics of quarkonia. We find that in a plasma at fixed temperature, the populations of the various quarkonium states evolve together, while their momentum distribution satisfies a Fokker-Planck equation.
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Borghini N, Gombeaud C. Heavy quarkonia in a medium as a quantum dissipative system: master-equation approach. European Physical Journal C. 2012;72(5).
Borghini, N., & Gombeaud, C. (2012). Heavy quarkonia in a medium as a quantum dissipative system: master-equation approach. European Physical Journal C, 72(5).
Borghini, N., and Gombeaud, C. (2012). Heavy quarkonia in a medium as a quantum dissipative system: master-equation approach. European Physical Journal C 72.
Borghini, N., & Gombeaud, C., 2012. Heavy quarkonia in a medium as a quantum dissipative system: master-equation approach. European Physical Journal C, 72(5).
N. Borghini and C. Gombeaud, “Heavy quarkonia in a medium as a quantum dissipative system: master-equation approach”, European Physical Journal C, vol. 72, 2012.
Borghini, N., Gombeaud, C.: Heavy quarkonia in a medium as a quantum dissipative system: master-equation approach. European Physical Journal C. 72, (2012).
Borghini, Nicolas, and Gombeaud, Clement. “Heavy quarkonia in a medium as a quantum dissipative system: master-equation approach”. European Physical Journal C 72.5 (2012).
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