Bubble dynamics in a strong first-order quark-hadron transition

  title={Bubble dynamics in a strong first-order quark-hadron transition},
  author={Shuying 淑英 Zhou 周 and Song 崧 Shu 舒 and Hong 鸿 Mao 毛},
  journal={Chinese Physics C},
We investigate the dynamics of a strong first-order quark-hadron transition driven by cubic interactions via homogeneous bubble nucleation in the Friedberg-Lee model. The one-loop effective thermodynamic potential of the model and the critical bubble profiles have been calculated at different temperatures and chemical potentials. By taking the temperature and the chemical potential as variables, the evolutions of the surface tension, the typical radius of the critical bubble, and the shift in… 
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