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Heavy quarks at finite temperature

Petreczky, P (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
Tuesday 21 August 2007, 16:10-16:50

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute

Abstract

I am going to discuss how heavy quarks could be used as probes of the deconfined strongly interacting matter. First I will discuss correlation functions of infinitely heavy (static) quarks and color screening calculated on the lattice. Then I show recent results on quarkonia correlators and spectral functions calculated on the lattice and in potential models. The transport contribution to the quarkonium will be also discussed.

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