Gluon propagators in $$2+1$$ lattice QCD with nonzero isospin chemical potential

@article{Bornyakov2021GluonPI,
  title={Gluon propagators in \$\$2+1\$\$ lattice QCD with nonzero isospin chemical potential},
  author={Vitaly Bornyakov and A. A. Nikolaev and R. N. Rogalyov and A. S. Terentev},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
  year={2021}
}
The static longitudinal and transverse gluon propagators in the Landau gauge are studied in $$2+1$$ 2 + 1 lattice QCD with nonzero isospin chemical potential $$\mu _I$$ μ I . Parameterization of the momentum dependence of the propagators is provided for all values of the chemical potential under study. We find that the longitudinal propagator is infrared suppressed at nonzero $$\mu _I$$ μ I with suppression increasing with increasing $$\mu _I$$ μ I . It is found… 

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