Quark-hadron phase transitions in the viscous early universe

@article{Tawfik2012QuarkhadronPT,
  title={Quark-hadron phase transitions in the viscous early universe},
  author={A. Tawfik and Tiberiu Harko},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2012},
  volume={85},
  pages={084032}
}
In the standard hot big bang theory, when the Universe was about 1 10 �s old, the cosmological matter is conjectured to undergo Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) phase transition(s) from quark matter to hadrons. In the present work, we study the cosmological quark-hadron phase transition in two different physical scenarios. First, by assuming that the phase transition would be described by an effective nucleation theory (prompt first-order phase transition), we analyze the evolution of the relevant… 

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