Effect of finite system size on the thermodynamics of hot and magnetized hadron resonance gas
March 02, 2022
May 24, 2022
The thermodynamic properties of a non-interacting ideal Hadron Resonance Gas (HRG) of finite volume have been studied in the presence of an external magnetic field. The inclusion of background magnetic field in the calculation of thermodynamic potential is done by the modification of the dispersion relations of charged hadrons in terms of Landau quantization. The generalized Matsubara prescription has been employed to take into account the finite size effects in which a periodic (anti-periodic) boundary conditions is considered for the mesons (baryons). We find significant effects of the magnetic field as well as system size on the temperature dependence of energy density, longitudinal and transverse pressure especially in low temperature regions.
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