Recent progress in hard-thermal-loop QCD thermodynamics and collective excitations

Su N (2015)
International Journal of Modern Physics A 30(9).

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I review recent developments in QCD thermodynamics and collective excitations from the hard-thermal-loop effective theory. I begin by motivating the discussion with open questions from heavy-ion collisions. I then discuss a finite-temperature and density calculation of QCD thermodynamics at NNLO from the hard-thermal-loop perturbation theory. Finally, I discuss a recent exploration of generalizing the hard-thermal-loop framework to the (chromo) magnetic scale g(2)T, from which a novel massless mode is uncovered.
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Su N. Recent progress in hard-thermal-loop QCD thermodynamics and collective excitations. International Journal of Modern Physics A. 2015;30(9).
Su, N. (2015). Recent progress in hard-thermal-loop QCD thermodynamics and collective excitations. International Journal of Modern Physics A, 30(9).
Su, N. (2015). Recent progress in hard-thermal-loop QCD thermodynamics and collective excitations. International Journal of Modern Physics A 30.
Su, N., 2015. Recent progress in hard-thermal-loop QCD thermodynamics and collective excitations. International Journal of Modern Physics A, 30(9).
N. Su, “Recent progress in hard-thermal-loop QCD thermodynamics and collective excitations”, International Journal of Modern Physics A, vol. 30, 2015.
Su, N.: Recent progress in hard-thermal-loop QCD thermodynamics and collective excitations. International Journal of Modern Physics A. 30, (2015).
Su, Nan. “Recent progress in hard-thermal-loop QCD thermodynamics and collective excitations”. International Journal of Modern Physics A 30.9 (2015).
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