Dynamical screening for hard photon production away from equilibrium

Baier R, Dirks M, Redlich K, Schiff D (1997)
PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT (129): 119-123.

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Baier, RudolfUniBi; Dirks, M; Redlich, K; Schiff, D
Abstract / Bemerkung
The production of hard; photons from a quark-gluon plasma away from equilibrium is investigated in the framework of closed time-path thermal field theory. Additional off-equilibrium contributions associated with pinch singularities are taken into account. Dynamical screening is shown to provide a self-consistent infrared cut-off making the thermal production rate well defined in this generalized situation as well.
Erscheinungsjahr
1997
Ausgabe
129
Seite(n)
119-123
ISSN
0375-9687
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1626141

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Baier R, Dirks M, Redlich K, Schiff D. Dynamical screening for hard photon production away from equilibrium. PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT. 1997;(129):119-123.
Baier, R., Dirks, M., Redlich, K., & Schiff, D. (1997). Dynamical screening for hard photon production away from equilibrium. PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT(129), 119-123.
Baier, R., Dirks, M., Redlich, K., and Schiff, D. (1997). Dynamical screening for hard photon production away from equilibrium. PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT, 119-123.
Baier, R., et al., 1997. Dynamical screening for hard photon production away from equilibrium. PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT, (129), p 119-123.
R. Baier, et al., “Dynamical screening for hard photon production away from equilibrium”, PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT, 1997, pp. 119-123.
Baier, R., Dirks, M., Redlich, K., Schiff, D.: Dynamical screening for hard photon production away from equilibrium. PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT. 119-123 (1997).
Baier, Rudolf, Dirks, M, Redlich, K, and Schiff, D. “Dynamical screening for hard photon production away from equilibrium”. PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT 129 (1997): 119-123.