Turkish Journal of Physics
The Investigation of Screening of Chromoelectric and Chromomagnetic Fields in Noncovariant Gauges
According to Thermal Quantum Chromodynamics (TQCD) hadron matter may exist in the form of quark-gluon plasma (QGP) at high temperatures and densities. The aim of the present work is to investigate the screening of chromoelectric and chromomagnetic fields in QGP in noncovariant gauges. In noncovariant gauges, gluon propagator has unphysical poles and singularities appear in the gluon self-energy diagram calculations. In this paper, we investigate gluon self-energy in lightcone and temporal gauges. In order to remove singularities, we use the Mandelstam-Leibbrandt prescription (ML prescription). We obtain that chromoelectric fields are screened, but chromomagnetic fields are not screened. In coordinate space, the screening of chromoelectric fields reduces the range of gauge interactions. In momentum space, it contributes to regulate the infrared behavior of the various n-point Green functions. Also, it is shown that the obtained results are gauge invariant.
Thermal Quantum Chromodynamics, Quark-gluon Plasma, Lightcone Gauge, Temporal Gauge, Mandelstam-Leibbrandt Prescription, Gluon Screening Masses.
VELİ, ELŞEN and SÜNGÜ, JALE YILMAZKAYA (2006) "The Investigation of Screening of Chromoelectric and Chromomagnetic Fields in Noncovariant Gauges," Turkish Journal of Physics: Vol. 30: No. 2, Article 2. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/physics/vol30/iss2/2