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Finite Temperature Lattice QCD --- Baryons in the Quark--Gluon Plasma

G. Aarts, C. Allton, D. De Boni, S. Hands, B. Jäger, C. Praki, J.-I. Skullerud, Gert Aarts Orcid Logo

Acta Physica Polonica B Proceedings Supplement, Volume: 9, Issue: 3, Start page: 441

Swansea University Author: Gert Aarts Orcid Logo

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Baryonic correlation functions provide an ideal tool to study parity doubling and chiral symmetry using lattice simulations. We present a study using 2+1 flavors of anisotropic Wilson clover fermions on the FASTSUM ensembles and find clear evidence that parity doubling emerges in the quark-gluon pla...

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ISSN: 1899-2358 2082-7865
Published: 2016
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title Finite Temperature Lattice QCD --- Baryons in the Quark--Gluon Plasma
spellingShingle Finite Temperature Lattice QCD --- Baryons in the Quark--Gluon Plasma
Gert Aarts
title_short Finite Temperature Lattice QCD --- Baryons in the Quark--Gluon Plasma
title_full Finite Temperature Lattice QCD --- Baryons in the Quark--Gluon Plasma
title_fullStr Finite Temperature Lattice QCD --- Baryons in the Quark--Gluon Plasma
title_full_unstemmed Finite Temperature Lattice QCD --- Baryons in the Quark--Gluon Plasma
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description Baryonic correlation functions provide an ideal tool to study parity doubling and chiral symmetry using lattice simulations. We present a study using 2+1 flavors of anisotropic Wilson clover fermions on the FASTSUM ensembles and find clear evidence that parity doubling emerges in the quark-gluon plasma. This result is confirmed on the level of spectral functions, which are obtained using a MEM reconstruction. We further highlight the importance of Gaussian smearing in this study.
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