Holographic Wilson Loops in the Confining Backgrounds at Zero Temperature
AbstractWe study Wilson loops in the exact renormalization group ow at zero tempera- ture via the 5d holographic model that reproduces the behavior of the QCD running coupling. Calculating the time-like rectangular Wilson loop we show that the model includes a conning phase at T = 0 in the IR region.
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