[{"publisher":"ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV","article_type":"original","language":[{"iso":"eng"}],"publication":"PHYSICS LETTERS B","publication_status":"published","intvolume":" 478","first_author":"Karsch, Frithjof","type":"journal_article","date_updated":"2018-07-24T12:57:58Z","isi":1,"external_id":{"inspire":["523567"],"arxiv":["hep-lat/0002003"],"isi":["000086540700007"]},"abstract":[{"lang":"eng","text":"We calculate the pressure in QCD with two and three light quarks on a lattice of size 16(3) X 4 using tree level improved gauge and fermion actions. We argue that, for temperatures T greater than or similar to 2T(c), systematic effects due to the finite lattice cut-off and non-vanishing quark masses are below 15% in this calculation and give an estimate for the continuum-extrapolated pressure in QCD with massless quarks. We find that the flavour dependence of the pressure is dominated by that of the Stefan-Boltzmann constant. Furthermore we perform a calculation of the pressure using two light (m(u,d)/T = 0.4) and one heavier quark (m(s)/T = 1). In this case the pressure is reduced with respect to that of 3-flavour QCD. This effect is stronger than expected from the mass dependence of an ideal Fermi gas. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved."}],"volume":"478","year":"2000","citation":{"ama":"Karsch F, Laermann E, Peikert A. The pressure in 2, 2+1 and 3 flavour QCD. *PHYSICS LETTERS B*. 2000;478(4):447-455.","ieee":" F. Karsch, E. Laermann, and A. Peikert, “The pressure in 2, 2+1 and 3 flavour QCD”, *PHYSICS LETTERS B*, vol. 478, 2000, pp. 447-455.","bio1":"Karsch F, Laermann E, Peikert A (2000)

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