Higher-order ratios of baryon number cumulants

Schaefer B-J, Wagner M (2012)
Central European Journal of Physics 10(6): 1326-1329.

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The relevance of higher order cumulants of net baryon number fluctuations forthe analysis of freeze-out and critical conditions in heavy-ion collisions atLHC and RHIC is addressed. The sign structure of the higher order cumulants inthe vicinity of the chiral crossover temperature might be a sensitive probe andmay allow to elucidate their relation to the QCD phase transition. We calculateratios of generalized quark-number susceptibilities to high orders in threeflavor QCD-like models and investigate their sign structure close to the chiralcrossover line.
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Schaefer B-J, Wagner M. Higher-order ratios of baryon number cumulants. Central European Journal of Physics. 2012;10(6):1326-1329.
Schaefer, B. - J., & Wagner, M. (2012). Higher-order ratios of baryon number cumulants. Central European Journal of Physics, 10(6), 1326-1329.
Schaefer, B. - J., and Wagner, M. (2012). Higher-order ratios of baryon number cumulants. Central European Journal of Physics 10, 1326-1329.
Schaefer, B.-J., & Wagner, M., 2012. Higher-order ratios of baryon number cumulants. Central European Journal of Physics, 10(6), p 1326-1329.
B.-J. Schaefer and M. Wagner, “Higher-order ratios of baryon number cumulants”, Central European Journal of Physics, vol. 10, 2012, pp. 1326-1329.
Schaefer, B.-J., Wagner, M.: Higher-order ratios of baryon number cumulants. Central European Journal of Physics. 10, 1326-1329 (2012).
Schaefer, Bernd-Jochen, and Wagner, Mathias. “Higher-order ratios of baryon number cumulants”. Central European Journal of Physics 10.6 (2012): 1326-1329.
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