2. Relativistic heavy ion collisions and quark-gluon plasma - Boris Tomasik

2. Relativistic heavy ion collisions and quark-gluon plasma - Boris Tomasik

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Can you imagine how the matter behaved right after the Big Bang?
Consider two atomic nuclei flying toward each other with almost speed of light. What happens if they collide? We create a tiny unstable droplet of the primordial matter.
This matter has nothing in common with the ordinary matter which surrounds us. It is much denser and extremely hot (temperature > 1 000 000 000 000 000 C). The field researching that is called the heavy ion collisions physics, and the matter is called ... Maggiori informazioni

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