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Relativistic Quark Physics by Johann Rafelski

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Relativistic Quark Physics
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 50

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We present a brief survey of the development of nuclear physics towards relativistic quark physics. This is followed by a thorough discussion of the quest for the observation of the dissolution of nuclear matter into the deconfined quark matter (QGP) in relativistic nuclear collisions. Use of strange particle signatures in search for QGP is emphasized.

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