fermionic condensate

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fermionic condensate:

see condensatecondensate,
matter in the form of a gas of atoms, molecules, or elementary particles that have been so chilled that their motion is virtually halted and as a consequence they lose their separate identities and merge into a single entity.
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In this approach, the quark-gluon language and Wilson operator product expansion (OPE) are usually used to evaluate the correlation function in terms of the QCD degrees of freedom such as quark condensate, gluon condensate, etc.
Tandy, "New perspectives on the quark condensate," Physical Review C: Nuclear Physics, vol.
In this approach, the coupling constant g is determined by fixing the chiral quark condensate to its phenomenological value [30].
The quark condensate breaks the Pauli-Gursey symmetry to its subgroup Sp(2[N.sub.[??]]) [51, 57].
Ruggieri, "Magnetic susceptibility of the quark condensate and polarization from chiral models," Physical Review D, vol.
Schafer, "QCD quark condensate in external magnetic fields," Physical Review D, vol.
The quark condensate, [bar.q]q, can be extracted from the explicit symmetry breaking term of the Lagrangian density and is given by
Reyes, "Operator product expansion and quark condensate from lattice QCD in coordinate space," European Physical Journal C, vol.
The input parameters used in the above coefficients include the strange quark mass and quark condensates. In our numerical calculations, we use the following values of these parameters (see [3,11,12]):
We should stress that the contributions of the light quark condensates are eliminated by applying the double Borel transformations with respect to the initial and final momenta; hence, in the [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] functions we only consider the two-gluon condensate contributions.
King, "Heavy quark condensates from dynamically broken flavour symmetry," Physics Letters B, vol.
Hence, contributions of the light quark condensates {diagrams shown in Figures 1(b), 1(c), and 1(d)} vanish by applying the double Borel transformations [16].