PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 336 - XIII Quark Confinement and the Hadron Spectrum (Confinement2018) - Posters
Proper time evolution of magnetic susceptibility in amagnetized plasma of quarks and gluons
S.M.A. Tabatabaee* and N. Sadooghi
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Pre-published on: September 12, 2019
Published on: September 26, 2019
In ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions, enormous magnetic fields are generated because of fast-moving charged particles. In the presence of these magnetic fields, the spin of particles is aligned either in the parallel or in the antiparallel direction with respect to the direction of the magnetic field. A finite magnetization is thus produced. It is known that a finite magnetic susceptibility, $\chi_{m}$, changes the evolution of the energy density of the quark-gluon plasma (QGP), which is believed to be created in these collisions. Depending on whether the system under consideration is a paramagnetic ($ \chi_{m} > 0$ ) or diamagnetic ($\chi_{m} < 0$) fluid, it slows down or speeds up the decay of the energy density, and affect other thermodynamic quantities. In general, one expects that the magnetic susceptibility depends on the magnetic field and temperature. Bearing in mind that these parameters evolve with the evolution of the fluid, a nonuniform magnetic susceptibility in this system is thus expected. In this work, we first determine $\chi_{m}$ by using a certain analogy to the standard anisotropic kinetic theory, where the one-particle distribution function is replaced by the corresponding anisotropic distribution function. We then determine the proper time dependence of the magnetic susceptibility in the framework of ideal magnetohydrodynamics. We also study
the effect of dissipation on the evolution of $\chi_{m}$.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.336.0259
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