Nonperturbative and Thermal Dynamics of Confined Fields in Dual QCD

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CHANDOLA, Harish C., Deependra Singh RAWAT, Dinesh YADAV, Hem Chandra PANDEY, Heinz DEHNEN, 2020. Nonperturbative and Thermal Dynamics of Confined Fields in Dual QCD. In: Advances in High Energy Physics. Hindawi. 2020, 4240512. ISSN 1687-7357. eISSN 1687-7365. Available under: doi: 10.1155/2020/4240512

@article{Chandola2020-07-09Nonpe-51354, title={Nonperturbative and Thermal Dynamics of Confined Fields in Dual QCD}, year={2020}, doi={10.1155/2020/4240512}, volume={2020}, issn={1687-7357}, journal={Advances in High Energy Physics}, author={Chandola, Harish C. and Rawat, Deependra Singh and Yadav, Dinesh and Pandey, Hem Chandra and Dehnen, Heinz}, note={Article Number: 4240512} }

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