Probing the States of Matter in QCD

Satz H (2013)
International Journal of Modern Physics A 28(27).

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The ultimate aim of high energy heavy ion collisions is to study quarkdeconfinement and the quark-gluon plasma predicted by quantum chromodynamics.This requires the identification of observables calculable in QCD andmeasurable in heavy ion collisions. I concentrate on three such phenomena,related to specific features of strongly interacting matter. The observedpattern of hadrosynthesis corresponds to that of an ideal resonance gas inequilibrium at the pseudo-critical temperature determined in QCD. The criticalbehavior of QCD is encoded in the fluctuation patterns of conserved quantumnumbers, which are presently being measured. The temperature of the quark-gluonplasma can be determined by the dissociation patterns of the differentquarkonium states, now under study at the LHC for both charmonia andbottomonia.
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Satz H. Probing the States of Matter in QCD. International Journal of Modern Physics A. 2013;28(27).
Satz, H. (2013). Probing the States of Matter in QCD. International Journal of Modern Physics A, 28(27).
Satz, H. (2013). Probing the States of Matter in QCD. International Journal of Modern Physics A 28.
Satz, H., 2013. Probing the States of Matter in QCD. International Journal of Modern Physics A, 28(27).
H. Satz, “Probing the States of Matter in QCD”, International Journal of Modern Physics A, vol. 28, 2013.
Satz, H.: Probing the States of Matter in QCD. International Journal of Modern Physics A. 28, (2013).
Satz, Helmut. “Probing the States of Matter in QCD”. International Journal of Modern Physics A 28.27 (2013).
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