Compact Stars: The Quest For New States Of Dense Matter by Deog ki HONG, Chang-Hwan Lee, Hyun Kyu Lee, Dong-Pil Min,

By Deog ki HONG, Chang-Hwan Lee, Hyun Kyu Lee, Dong-Pil Min, Tae-Sun Park, Mannque Rho

House observations are at the moment supplying a glimpse of assorted new states of topic in all probability found in compact stars, with terrestrial laboratories generating compelling proof in aid. the purpose of this ebook is to facilitate the alternate of principles - either tested and emergent, either theoretical and experimental - within the parts of the physics of neutrinos, dense hadronic subject and compact stars.

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Nature 427, 222 (2004). 42. G. R. M. E. Horvath, Astrophys. , 581, L101 (2002). 35 U N E X P E C T E D GOINGS-ON IN T H E S T R U C T U R E OF A N E U T R O N STAR C R U S T AUREL BULGAC Department of Physics, University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195-1560, USA PAUL-HENRI HEENEN Service de Physique Nucleaire Theorique, Brussels, Universite Belgium Libre de Bruxelles,B 1050, PIOTR MAGIERSKI Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology, 00-662, Warsaw, Poland ul. Koszykowa 75, ANDREAS WIRZBA Helmholtz-Institut fur Strahlen- und Kernphysik, Bonn, Germany Universitat Bonn,D-53115 Y O N G L E YU Department of Physics, University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195-1560, USA We present a brief account of two phenomena taking place in a neutron star crust: the Fermionic Casimir effect and the major density depletion of the cores of the superfluid neutron vortices.

1, we show the chemical potentials, defined according to Eq. (2), as a function of the total pressure for the three phases of matter (H, Q*, and Q) discussed above. In the right panel of the same figure, we plot the energy densities for the H- and Q*-phase as a function of the corresponding baryon number densities. Both panels in Fig. 45 MeV/fm 3 . To calculate the nucleation rate of quark matter in the hadronic medium we use the Lifshitz-Kagan quantum nucleation theory 34 in the relativistic form given by Iida & Sato 35 .

4) BIV < B < BIU'. In this range for B one has Mcr < MHS{MbQSrnax). There are now two different branches of compact stars: pure hadronic stars with MHS < Mcr, and hybrid stars with MQS(Mbr) < MQS < MQS,max (here MQs(Mbr) = Mfin is the gravitational mass of the hybrid star with the same baryoinic mass of the critical mass hadronic star). (5) Bv < B < BIV. Finally, as B falls below the value BIV, the BodmerWitten hypothesis starts to be fulfilled. Now the stable quark stars formed in the stellar conversion process are strange stars.

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