Critical point influenced by Bose-Einstein condensation

  title={Critical point influenced by Bose-Einstein condensation},
  author={V. A. Kuznietsov and O. V. Savchuk and Oleksandr Stashko and Mark I. Gorenstein},
  journal={Physical Review C},
A system of bosons studied within the mean field framework has two fascinating phenomena: a liquid-gas first order phase transition and Bose-Einstein condensation. Interplay between these two phenomena is being investigated. Depending on the mean-field potential parameters one can observe two types of critical points, called ”Boltzmann” and ”Bose”, that belong to different universality classes with distinct sets of critical exponents. As examples of Bose and Boltzmann CPs pion and α matter are… 

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