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The QCD phase transition at high temperature and low density / S. Ejiri, E. Laermann, F. Karsch, C. Schmidt, S.J. Hands, O. Kaczmarek, Chris Allton

Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements, Volume: 119, Pages: 538 - 540

Swansea University Author: Chris Allton

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We study the thermal properties of QCD in the presence of a small quark chemical potential $\mu$. Derivatives of the phase transition point with respect to $\mu$ are computed at $\mu=0$ for 2 and 3 flavors of p-4 improved staggered fermions on a $16^3\times4$ lattice. Moreover we contrast the case o...

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ISSN: 09205632
Published: 2003
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description We study the thermal properties of QCD in the presence of a small quark chemical potential $\mu$. Derivatives of the phase transition point with respect to $\mu$ are computed at $\mu=0$ for 2 and 3 flavors of p-4 improved staggered fermions on a $16^3\times4$ lattice. Moreover we contrast the case of isoscalar and isovector chemical potentials, quantify the effect of $\mu\not=0$ on the equation of state, and comment on the screening effect by dynamical quarks and the complex phase of the fermion determinant in QCD with $\mu\not=0$.
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