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- J Bloch, O Levy, B Pejova, J Jacob, S Curtarolo, B Hjörvarsson
- Physical review letters
- 2012

Ab initio calculations of binary metallic systems often predict ordered compounds in contrast to empirical reports of solid solutions or disordered phases. These discrepancies are usually attributed to slow kinetics that retains metastable structures at low temperatures. The Fe-V system is an example of this phenomenon, in which we predict two ordered… (More)

- J.C.R. Bloch
- 2003

The coupled Dyson-Schwinger equations for the gluon and ghost propagators are investigated in the Landau gauge using a two-loop improved truncation that preserves the multiplicative renormalizability of the propagators. In this truncation all diagrams contribute to the leading order infrared analysis. The infrared contributions of the nonperturbative… (More)

Current generation experiments probe hadrons and their interactions on a truly dynamical domain where symmetries alone are insufficient to characterise them. In this domain phenomenologically accurate nucleonnucleon potentials [1,2] and meson exchange models [3] are keys in the interpretation of data. These models are tools via which the correlated quark… (More)

We analyze how individual eigenvalues of the QCD Dirac operator at nonzero quark chemical potential are distributed in the complex plane. Exact and approximate analytical results for both quenched and unquenched distributions are derived from non-Hermitian random matrix theory. When comparing these to quenched lattice QCD spectra close to the origin,… (More)

At extreme temperature, hadronic matter undergoes a phase transition to an equilibrated quark gluon plasma. Estimates from phenomenological models and latticeQCD indicate a critical temperature for this transition: Tc ∼ 170 MeV, which corresponds to an energy density of 2-3 GeV/fm. It is hoped that this plasma will be produced at the Relativistic Heavy-Ion… (More)

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