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Introduction to the physics of hot and dense hadronic matter

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Introduction to the physics of hot and dense hadronic matter
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Publisher: GSI
Number of pages: 177

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Content: Kinematics (Lorentz Transformation/phase space); Elements of scattering theory; Thermodynamics of strongly interacting matter; Transport in theory and practice; Chiral symmetry in vacuum and at finite density/temperature; The properties of hadrons in dense/hot matter and possible signatures.

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