Phase structure and propagators at nonvanishing temperature for QCD and QCD-like theories

@article{Contant2017PhaseSA,
  title={Phase structure and propagators at nonvanishing temperature for QCD and QCD-like theories},
  author={Romain Contant and Markus Q. Huber},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2017},
  volume={96},
  pages={074002}
}
We investigate the universality of truncation schemes for Dyson-Schwinger equations developed for quantum chromodynamics in theories which differ from quantum chromodynamics only in the gauge group. Our specific choices are the gauge groups $SU(2)$ and $G_2$, for which lattice calculations at nonvanishing chemical potential are possible. Thus, corresponding calculations can provide benchmarks for testing calculations with functional equations. We calculate the quark and gluon propagators and… 

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