Bulk viscous effects on flow and dilepton radiation in a hybrid approach

  title={Bulk viscous effects on flow and dilepton radiation in a hybrid approach},
  author={Gojko Vujanovic and Jean-François Paquet and Sangwoo Ryu and Chun Shen and Gabriel S. Denicol and Sangyong Jeon and Charles Gale and Ulrich Heinz},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
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