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Meson spectral functions at nonzero momentum in hot QCD / Gert Aarts; Simon Hands; Seyong Kim; Justin Foley; Chris Allton

Nuclear Physics A, Volume: 785, Issue: 1-2, Pages: 202 - 205

Swansea University Author: Chris, Allton

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We present preliminary results for meson spectral functions at nonzero momentum, obtained from quenched lattice QCD simulations at finite temperature using the Maximal Entropy Method. Twisted boundary conditions are used to have access to many momenta p~T. For light quarks, we observe a drastic modi...

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Published in: Nuclear Physics A
ISSN: 03759474
Published: 2007
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title Meson spectral functions at nonzero momentum in hot QCD
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description We present preliminary results for meson spectral functions at nonzero momentum, obtained from quenched lattice QCD simulations at finite temperature using the Maximal Entropy Method. Twisted boundary conditions are used to have access to many momenta p~T. For light quarks, we observe a drastic modification when heating the system from below to above Tc. In particular, for the vector spectral density we find a nonzero spectral weight at all energies.
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