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Can quark-gluon plasma ever be close to an ideal gas of asymptotically free quarks?
The question inspired by an upcoming colloquim at UCB. A naive interpretation of quark asymptotic freedom seems to imply that at high enough energies they should be weakly interacting. On the other ...
Oct 7 '11 at 16:40
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