Hadrosynthesis and Quark Confinement

Satz H (2014)
EPJ Web of Conferences 71.

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Abstract
Multihadron production in high energy collisions, from e+e− annihilation to heavy ion interactions, shows remarkable thermal behaviour, specified by a universal “Hagedorn” temperature. We argue that this hadronic radiation is formed by tunnelling through the event horizon of colour confinement, i.e., that it is the QCD counterpart of Hawking-Unruh radiation from black holes. It is shown to be emitted at a universal temperature TH ≃ (σ/2π)1/2, where σ denotes the string tension. Since the event horizon does not allow information transfer, the radiation is thermal "at birth".
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Satz H. Hadrosynthesis and Quark Confinement. EPJ Web of Conferences. 2014;71.
Satz, H. (2014). Hadrosynthesis and Quark Confinement. EPJ Web of Conferences, 71.
Satz, H. (2014). Hadrosynthesis and Quark Confinement. EPJ Web of Conferences 71.
Satz, H., 2014. Hadrosynthesis and Quark Confinement. EPJ Web of Conferences, 71.
H. Satz, “Hadrosynthesis and Quark Confinement”, EPJ Web of Conferences, vol. 71, 2014.
Satz, H.: Hadrosynthesis and Quark Confinement. EPJ Web of Conferences. 71, (2014).
Satz, Helmut. “Hadrosynthesis and Quark Confinement”. EPJ Web of Conferences 71 (2014).
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