Properties of quark gluon plasma from lattice calculations
Physics Department and RIKEN-BNL Research Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY, 11973, USA
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I discuss lattice QCD calculations of the properties of strongly interacting matter at finite temperature, including the determination of the transition temperature Tc, equation of state, different static screening lengths and quarkonium spectral functions. The lattice data suggest that at temperatures above 2.0Tc many properties of the quark gluon plasma can be understood using weak coupling approach, although non-perturbative effects due to static magnetic fields are significant in some quantities.
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