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Melting Hadrons, Boiling Quarks - From Hagedorn Temperature to Ultra-Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions at CERN

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Table of Contents

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Spotlight on Rolf Hagedorn
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    Chapter 2 Rolf Hagedorn: The Years Leading to T H
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    Chapter 3 Music and Science: Tribute to Rolf Hagedorn
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    Chapter 4 On Hagedorn
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    Chapter 5 Hungarian Perspective
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    Chapter 6 The Tale of the Hagedorn Temperature
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    Chapter 7 The Legacy of Rolf Hagedorn: Statistical Bootstrap and Ultimate Temperature
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    Chapter 8 The Hagedorn Spectrum and the Dual Resonance Model: An Old Love Affair
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    Chapter 9 Hadronic Matter: The Moscow Perspective
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    Chapter 10 Hagedorn Model of Critical Behavior: Comparison of Lattice and SBM Calculations
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    Chapter 11 Hagedorn’s Hadron Mass Spectrum and the Onset of Deconfinement
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    Chapter 12 Begin of the Search for the Quark-Gluon Plasma
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    Chapter 13 The Path to Heavy Ions at LHC and Beyond
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    Chapter 14 A New Phase of Matter: Quark-Gluon Plasma Beyond the Hagedorn Critical Temperature
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    Chapter 15 Reminscenses of Rolf Hagedorn
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    Chapter 16 Boiling Primordial Matter: 1968
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    Chapter 17 The Long Way to the Statistical Bootstrap Model: 1994
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    Chapter 18 About ‘Distinguishable Particles’
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    Chapter 19 Thermodynamics of Distinguishable Particles: A Key to High-Energy Strong Interactions?
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    Chapter 20 On the Hadronic Mass Spectrum
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    Chapter 21 On the Hadronic Mass Spectrum: 2014
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    Chapter 22 SBM Guide to the Literature as of June 1972
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    Chapter 23 Thermodynamics of Hot Nuclear Matter: 1978 in the Statistical Bootstrap Model
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    Chapter 24 On a Possible Phase Transition Between Hadron Matter and Quark-Gluon Matter: 1981
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    Chapter 25 How We Got to QCD Matter from the Hadron Side: 1984
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    Chapter 26 How to Deal with Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions
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    Chapter 27 Extreme States of Nuclear Matter: 1980
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    Chapter 28 Hot Quark Plasma in ISR Nuclear Collisions: January 1981
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    Chapter 29 Possible Experiments with Heavy Ions at the PS/SPS: CERN SPC 1982
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    Chapter 30 What Happened to ‘Strangeness in Quark-Gluon Plasma: 1982’
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    Chapter 31 Strangeness in Quark–Gluon Plasma – 1982
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    Chapter 32 Strangeness and Phase Changes in Hot Hadronic Matter – 1983
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    Chapter 33 Melting Hadrons, Boiling Quarks
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    Chapter 34 Erratum to: Chapter 6: The Tale of the Hagedorn Temperature
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Title
Melting Hadrons, Boiling Quarks - From Hagedorn Temperature to Ultra-Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions at CERN
Published by
ADS, January 2016
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-17545-4
ISBNs
978-3-31-917544-7, 978-3-31-917545-4
Editors

Johann Rafelski

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Researcher 4 13%
Student > Master 3 10%
Student > Ph. D. Student 3 10%
Lecturer 2 6%
Student > Doctoral Student 2 6%
Other 6 19%
Unknown 11 35%
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Physics and Astronomy 6 19%
Social Sciences 3 10%
Medicine and Dentistry 2 6%
Engineering 2 6%
Linguistics 2 6%
Other 5 16%
Unknown 11 35%
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