Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Direct photons emission rate and electric conductivity in twice anisotropic QGP holographic model with first-order phase transition
Steklov Mathematical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Gubkina Str. 8, 119991, Moscow, Russia
Accepted: 13 January 2022
Published online: 28 January 2022
The electric conductivity and direct photons emission rate are considered in the holographic theory with two types of anisotropy. The electric conductivity is derived in two different ways, and their equivalence for the twice anisotropic theory is shown. Numerical calculations of the electric conductivity were done for Einstein-dilaton-three-Maxwell holographic model (Aref’eva et al. in JHEP 07:161, 2021). The dependence of the conductivity on the temperature, the chemical potential, the external magnetic field, and the spatial anisotropy of the heavy-ions collision (HIC) is studied. The electric conductivity jumps near the first-order phase transition are observed. This effect is similar to the jumps of holographic entanglement that were studied previously.
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