A short course on Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions
by A. K. Chaudhuri
Publisher: arXiv 2012
Number of pages: 123
Some ideas/concepts in relativistic heavy ion collisions are discussed. To a large extent, the discussions are non-comprehensive and non-rigorous. It is intended for fresh graduate students who are intending to pursue career in theoretical /experimental high energy nuclear physics.
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