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THE STRING TENSION IN TWO-DIMENSIONAL GAUGE THEORIES / J. Sonnenschein, Y. Frishman, Adi Armoni

International Journal of Modern Physics A, Volume: "A14", Issue: 16, Pages: 2475 - 2494

Swansea University Author: Adi Armoni

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We review and elaborate on properties of the string tension in two-dimensional gauge theories. The first model we consider is massive QED in the $m\ll e$ limit. We evaluate the leading string tension both in the fermionic and bosonized descriptions. We discuss the next to leading corrections in $m/e...

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Published in: International Journal of Modern Physics A
ISSN: 0217-751X 1793-656X
Published: 1999
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description We review and elaborate on properties of the string tension in two-dimensional gauge theories. The first model we consider is massive QED in the $m\ll e$ limit. We evaluate the leading string tension both in the fermionic and bosonized descriptions. We discuss the next to leading corrections in $m/e$. The next-to-leading terms in the long distance behavior of the quark-antiquark potential, are evaluated in a certain region of external versus dynamical charges. The finite temperature behavior is also determined. In $QCD_2$ we review the results for the string tension of quarks in cases with dynamical quarks in the fundamental, adjoint, symmetric and antisymmetric representations. The screening nature of $SYM_2$ is
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