The Physics of the Quark-Gluon Plasma: Introductory Lectures (Lecture Notes in Physics)Bikash Sinha, Helmut Satz, Sourav Sarkar | Springer | 3133-33-16 | 369 pages | English | PDFThe aim of this book is to offer to the next generation of young researchers a broad and largely self-contained introduction to the physics of heavy ion collisions and the quark-gluon plasma, providing material beyond that normally found in the available textbooks.
For each of the main aspects – QCD thermodynamics and global features of the QGP, collision hydrodynamics, electromagnetic probes, jet and quarkonium production, color glass condensate, and the gravity connection – the present volume provides extensive and pedagogical lectures, surveying the present status of both theory and experiment.
A particular feature of this volume is that all lectures have been written with the active assistance of selected students present at the course in order to ensure the adequate level and coverage for the intended readership.Downloadhttp://www.filesonic.com/file/3199939666/sharebookfree.com_3939333939.rar**** No Mirrors below, please! Follow Rules! ****
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