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Bellac M. — Thermal Field Theory (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics)
Bellac M. — Thermal Field Theory (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics)



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Название: Thermal Field Theory (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics)

Автор: Bellac M.

Аннотация:

This text introduces the theoretical framework for describing the quark-gluon plasma, an important new state of matter. The first part of the book is a self-contained introduction to relativistic thermal field theory. Topics include the path integral approach, the real and imaginary time formalisms, fermion fields and gauge fields at finite temperature. The author illustrates useful techniques such as the evaluation of frequency sums and the use of cutting rules. The second part of the book is devoted to recent developments, and gives a detailed account of collective excitations (bosonic and fermionic), showing how they give rise to energy scales that imply a reorganization of perturbation theory. The author also explains the relation with kinetic theory. He works out in detail applications to processes that occur in heavy ion collisions and in astrophysics. Each chapter ends with exercises and a guide to the literature. Graduate students and researchers in nuclear, particle, and astrophysics will benefit from this book.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1996

Количество страниц: 265

Добавлена в каталог: 19.07.2014

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Предметный указатель
Analytic continuation      18 27 67 92 140 187 233
asymptotic freedom      1 3
Axial gauge      98 104 148
Axion emission      78 192 212
Bag constant      4
Bare (or naive) perturbation theory      3 150 172 193 203 225 230
Blackbody radiation      5 30 39 98
Bloch Nordsieck theorem      222
Boltzmann equation      134 182 203
Bose — Einstein condensation      47
Bose — Einstein distribution      23 171
Boundary conditions (bosons)      21 50 101
Boundary conditions (fermions)      88 112
Canonical anticommutation relations      90 143
Canonical commutation relations      26 58 131
chemical potential      5 7 45 95 133 167
Chiral symmetry (or invariance)      2 8 141 144
Chiral transition      8
Collective excitations (or modes)      114 127 141 143
Collinear (or mass) singularity      222 226 235
confinement      4
Conserved current      44 126 134
Contour integral      46 96
Coulomb gauge      104 147 169 223 240
Covariant (or Lorentz) gauge      104 118 240
Critical temperature      3
Cutting rules      72
Damping rate      114 117 175 235
Debye (or electric) mass      10 126 179
Deconfinement transition      5 8
Detailed balance      25 68 83 85
dielectric constant      137
Dilepton production      109
Dilepton production (hard)      223
Dilepton production (soft)      172
Dirac equation      90
Dirac matrices      90
Dispersion law (or relation)      114 117 127 142 213
Effective (or dressed) propagators and vertices      169
Effective action      185
Effective expansion      168 199
effective Lagrangian      156 168
effective mass      191
Electron self-energy      113 138
Elementary excitation      see "Collective excitations"
Energy loss      82 192
Euclidean action      20 35
Euclidean space      18 36 92 99 123 240
Faddeev — Popov (F — P) ghost      97 102
Fermi — Dirac distribution      93 171
Feynman diagram (or graph)      40 44
Feynman gauge      102 107
Feynman rules      44 54 240 242
Free energy      30 38 42
Frequency sum      29 66 93 96 243
Gauge (-fixing) independence      106 126 140 144 156 167 169 175 230
Gauge (-fixing) parameter      101 230
Gauge field      97
Gauge invariance      97 120 144
Gauss's law      98
Generating functional      21 23 36 48 52
Global symmetry      8
Gluon      1
Gluon propagator      224 228
Gluon self-energy (or polarization tensor)      144 170
Grand potential      5 47
Grassmann algebra      87
Green's function      23 25 47
Hard momentum      120
Hard thermal loop (HTL)      119 150 161 167 180
Heavy ion collisions      11 172
Hydrodynamics      13 16
Ideal gas      3
Imaginary-time      19
Induced current      126 184
Infrared divergence (or singularity)      3 63 65 195 222 226
Interaction rate      82 192 235
Kinetic theory      134 180
Kinoshita — Lee — Nauenberg (KLN) theorem      222 226
Kubo formula      126 148
Kubo — Martin — Schwinger (KMS) formula      24 91
Landau damping      68 124 137 161
Lattice QCD      2 7
Lepton pair (or dilepton) production      109
Lepton pair production (hard)      223
Lepton pair production (soft)      172
Linde's problem      231
Linear response      115
Longitudinal gluon      203 228
Longitudinal photon      123 128 191 212
Magnetic mass      149 180 229
Matsubara frequency      27 92
Minkowksi space      18 35 92 102 123 239
Neutrino emission      212 217
Partition function      21 29 32 38 88 95 98 108
path integral      19 21 50 53 89
Perturbation theory (or perturbative expansion)      2 35 44 63 65 168
Phase transition      4 6
Photon production      109
Photon production (hard)      199
Photon production (soft)      232
Photon propagator      118 129
Photon self-energy (or polarization tensor)      113 118 133 134 213
Plasma frequency      127
Plasmino      141
Plasmon      212
Polyakov loop      8
Propagator      27 38 48 49
Propagator (cut)      74 83 92 195 224
Propagator (Matsubara, or imaginary-time)      21 27 38 45 66 92 107
Propagator (real-time)      25 28 49 52
Propagator (retarded)      28 117 123
QED plasma      3 118 192
Quantum chromodynamics (QCD)      1
Quantum electrodynamics (QED)      98
Quark      1
Quark-gluon (or QCD) plasma      3 144 158
Quasi-particle      see "Collective excitations"
Real-time formalism      47 107
Red giant star      212
Relaxation time      84 198 209 211
Renormalization      42 58 144
Renormalization group      2 179
Resummed perturbation theory      see "Effective expansion"
Ring diagrams      64
Schwinger — Dyson equations      148
Screening (dynamical)      127 192
Screening (static)      126
Self-energy      41 56 75
Self-energy: imaginary-time      57 66
Self-energy: real-time      55 57 69
Soft momentum      63 120 170
Spectral function      25 27 49 91
Static modes      65 179 223
String tension      10
Subtraction point      179
Sum rule      26 58 91 129 142
Supernova      212
Thermal mass      62 122 133 140 146 148
Time-ordered (or T-) product      22
Time-ordered propagator      28
Transport cross-section      202 207
Transverse gluon      229
Transverse photon      123 128 191 208 212
Vertex      70 150 154
viscosity      205
Vlasov equation      135 182
Ward identity      122 153 155 164
White dwarf star      212
Wick's theorem      37 246
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