Quark number susceptibilities from resummed perturbation theory

Andersen JO, Mogliacci S, Su N, Vuorinen A (2013)
Physical Review D 87(7).

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We evaluate the second and fourth order quark number susceptibilities in hot QCD using two variations of resummed perturbation theory. On one hand, we carry out a one-loop calculation within hard-thermal-loop perturbation theory, and on the other hand perform a resummation of the four-loop finite density equation of state derived using a dimensionally reduced effective theory. Our results are subsequently compared with recent high precision lattice data, and their agreement thoroughly analyzed. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.87.074003
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Andersen JO, Mogliacci S, Su N, Vuorinen A. Quark number susceptibilities from resummed perturbation theory. Physical Review D. 2013;87(7).
Andersen, J. O., Mogliacci, S., Su, N., & Vuorinen, A. (2013). Quark number susceptibilities from resummed perturbation theory. Physical Review D, 87(7).
Andersen, J. O., Mogliacci, S., Su, N., and Vuorinen, A. (2013). Quark number susceptibilities from resummed perturbation theory. Physical Review D 87.
Andersen, J.O., et al., 2013. Quark number susceptibilities from resummed perturbation theory. Physical Review D, 87(7).
J.O. Andersen, et al., “Quark number susceptibilities from resummed perturbation theory”, Physical Review D, vol. 87, 2013.
Andersen, J.O., Mogliacci, S., Su, N., Vuorinen, A.: Quark number susceptibilities from resummed perturbation theory. Physical Review D. 87, (2013).
Andersen, Jens O., Mogliacci, Sylvain, Su, Nan, and Vuorinen, Aleksi. “Quark number susceptibilities from resummed perturbation theory”. Physical Review D 87.7 (2013).
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