Critical Point and Deconfinement in Stochastic Thermal Fields
May 29, 2019
The critical point in particle physics at high temperature is studied through the stochastic gas of scalars, the dilatons, in the model that implies the spontaneous breaking of an approximate scale symmetry. We found the critical temperature as a function of a dilaton mass, and the fluctuation of particle density grows up very sharply at critical point. Our results also suggest that the critical point may be identified through the fluctuation in yield of primary direct photons induced by conformal anomaly of strong and electromagnetic sectors.
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