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Proof of factorization of heavy quarkonium production in non-equilibrium QCD at RHIC and LHC

  • Gouranga C. NayakEmail author
Regular Article

Abstract.

Recently we have proved the NRQCD factorization in heavy quarkonium production at high energy colliders at all orders in coupling constant. In this paper we extend this to non-equilibrium QCD and prove the NRQCD factorization in heavy quarkonium production at all orders in coupling constant in non-equilibrium QCD. This proof is necessary to study heavy quarkonium production from quark gluon plasma at RHIC and LHC.

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  1. 1.ReadingUSA

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