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      Langevin dynamics and decoherence of heavy quarks at high temperatures

      Physical Review C

      American Physical Society (APS)

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          Decoherence and the Transition from Quantum to Classical

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            Viscosity in Strongly Interacting Quantum Field Theories from Black Hole Physics

            The ratio of shear viscosity to volume density of entropy can be used to characterize how close a given fluid is to being perfect. Using string theory methods, we show that this ratio is equal to a universal value of \(\hbar/4\pi k_B\) for a large class of strongly interacting quantum field theories whose dual description involves black holes in anti--de Sitter space. We provide evidence that this value may serve as a lower bound for a wide class of systems, thus suggesting that black hole horizons are dual to the most ideal fluids.
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              Influence of damping on quantum interference: An exactly soluble model

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                Physical Review C
                Phys. Rev. C
                American Physical Society (APS)
                0556-2813
                1089-490X
                October 2015
                October 22 2015
                : 92
                : 4
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                10.1103/PhysRevC.92.044911
                © 2015
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