Self-organized criticality: a new approach to multihadron production

Satz H (2020)
The European Physical Journal Special Topics 229(22-23): 3497-3505.

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We apply the concept of self-organized criticality in statistical physics to the study of multihadron production in high energy collisions.
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
The European Physical Journal Special Topics
Band
229
Ausgabe
22-23
Seite(n)
3497-3505
ISSN
1951-6355
eISSN
1951-6401
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2950099

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Satz H. Self-organized criticality: a new approach to multihadron production. The European Physical Journal Special Topics. 2020;229(22-23):3497-3505.
Satz, H. (2020). Self-organized criticality: a new approach to multihadron production. The European Physical Journal Special Topics, 229(22-23), 3497-3505. doi:10.1140/epjst/e2020-000035-9
Satz, H. (2020). Self-organized criticality: a new approach to multihadron production. The European Physical Journal Special Topics 229, 3497-3505.
Satz, H., 2020. Self-organized criticality: a new approach to multihadron production. The European Physical Journal Special Topics, 229(22-23), p 3497-3505.
H. Satz, “Self-organized criticality: a new approach to multihadron production”, The European Physical Journal Special Topics, vol. 229, 2020, pp. 3497-3505.
Satz, H.: Self-organized criticality: a new approach to multihadron production. The European Physical Journal Special Topics. 229, 3497-3505 (2020).
Satz, Helmut. “Self-organized criticality: a new approach to multihadron production”. The European Physical Journal Special Topics 229.22-23 (2020): 3497-3505.
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