The critical point of quantum chromodynamics through lattice and experiment View Full Text


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2011-05-27

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SOURENDU GUPTA

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.This talk discusses methods of extending lattice computations at finite temperature into regions of finite chemical potential, and the conditions under which such results from the lattice may be compared to experiments. Such comparisons away from a critical point are absolutely essential for quantitative use of lattice QCD in heavy-ion physics. An outline of various arguments which can then be used to locate the critical point is also presented. More... »

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801-809

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