STRONG-INTERACTION MATTER

Fireball spectroscopy

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The visible mass in the Universe emerged when hadrons — the building blocks of atomic nuclei — formed from a hot fireball made of quarks and gluons. This mechanism has now been investigated in baryon-rich matter at relatively low temperatures.

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Fig. 1: Schematic of the creation of QCD matter in the laboratory.

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