# Symmetry and correlation functions in the high temperature phase of QCD

@article{Birse1996SymmetryAC, title={Symmetry and correlation functions in the high temperature phase of QCD}, author={Michael C. Birse and Thomas D. Cohen and Judith A. McGovern}, journal={Physics Letters B}, year={1996}, volume={388}, pages={137-140} }

## 17 Citations

Chiral symmetry breaking in hot matter

- Physics
- 1999

This series of three lectures covers (a) a basic introduction to symmetry breaking in general and chiral symmetry breaking in QCD, (b) an overview of the present status of lattice data and the…

Fluctuation-induced modifications of the phase structure in ( 2 + 1 )-flavor QCD

- Physics
- 2017

The low-energy sector of QCD with $N_f = 2\!+\!1$ dynamical quark flavors at non-vanishing chemical potential and temperature is studied with a non-perturbative functional renormalization group…

Thermodynamical properties of strongly interacting matter in a model with explicit chiral symmetry breaking interactions

- PhysicsPhysical Review D
- 2018

We analyse the effects of the light and strange current quark masses on the phase diagram of QCD at finite temperature and vanishing baryonic chemical potential, computing the speed of sound, the…

Finite temperature study of the axial U(1) symmetry on the lattice with overlap fermion formulation

- Physics
- 2013

We examine the axial U(1) symmetry near and above the finite temperature phase transition in two-flavor QCD using lattice QCD simulations. Although the axial U(1) symmetry is always violated by…

Eigenvalue spectra of QCD and the fate of
UA(1)
breaking towards the chiral limit

- PhysicsPhysical Review D
- 2021

The finite temperature phase diagram of QCD with two massless quark flavors is not yet understood because of the subtle effects of anomalous UA(1) symmetry. In this work we address this issue by…

On the nature of the finite-temperature transition in QCD

- Physics
- 2003

We investigate the nature of the finite-temperature transition in QCD with Nf massless flavors. Universality arguments show that a continuous phase transition may exist only if there is a stable…

Evidence of effective axial U(1) symmetry restoration at high temperature QCD

- Physics
- 2016

We study the axial U(1) symmetry at a finite temperature in two-flavor lattice QCD. Employing the Mobius domain-wall fermions, we generate gauge configurations slightly above the critical temperature…

Five-loop epsilon expansion for U(n) × U(m) models: finite-temperature phase transition in light QCD

- Physics
- 2004

We consider the U(n) × U(m) symmetric Φ4 lagrangian to describe the finite-temperature phase transition in QCD in the limit of vanishing quark masses with n = m = N f flavors and unbroken anomaly at…

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