The thermodynamics of heavy light hadrons at freezeout

Sharma S (2014)
Nuclear Physics A 931: 1199-1204.

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In the discussion of hadronization at or close to the freeze-out curve statistical (hadron resonance gas) models play an important role. In particular, in the charmonium sector, regeneration models are considered which rely on the fact that charmonium states can form again already at temperatures well above the QCD transition or hadronization temperature. An important ingredient in these considerations is the regeneration or hadronization of open charm states. In this talk we report on a lattice QCD analysis of correlations of open strange and charm with other conserved quantum numbers like the net baryon number and electric charge. We analyze the temperature range in which an uncorrelated hadron resonance gas (HRG) provides an adequate description of such correlations. This limits the range of validity of HRG based thermodynamics in open flavor channels and provides an estimate for the melting temperature of heavy-light hadrons. (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Sharma S. The thermodynamics of heavy light hadrons at freezeout. Nuclear Physics A. 2014;931:1199-1204.
Sharma, S. (2014). The thermodynamics of heavy light hadrons at freezeout. Nuclear Physics A, 931, 1199-1204.
Sharma, S. (2014). The thermodynamics of heavy light hadrons at freezeout. Nuclear Physics A 931, 1199-1204.
Sharma, S., 2014. The thermodynamics of heavy light hadrons at freezeout. Nuclear Physics A, 931, p 1199-1204.
S. Sharma, “The thermodynamics of heavy light hadrons at freezeout”, Nuclear Physics A, vol. 931, 2014, pp. 1199-1204.
Sharma, S.: The thermodynamics of heavy light hadrons at freezeout. Nuclear Physics A. 931, 1199-1204 (2014).
Sharma, Sayantan. “The thermodynamics of heavy light hadrons at freezeout”. Nuclear Physics A 931 (2014): 1199-1204.
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