Browse Dept. of Physics by Subject "dense matter"

  • Lo, Ka-Ho (2013-08-22)
    Analysis of observations of the X-ray emission produced by accreting neutron stars with millisecond spin periods can provide important information about the masses M and radii R of neutron stars, thereby yielding uniquely ...

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  • Lorenz, Carl Philip (1991)
    We explore the equation of state of dense matter at densities up to nuclear matter density using the compressible liquid drop model. We consider two primary areas of application: the collapsing core of supernovae and the ...

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  • Iwamoto, Naoki (1981)

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  • Mackie, Frederick David (1976)
    Crucial to understanding the properties of dense matter in supernova explosions and neutron stars is determining the role of the nuclei present in such matter. Because many of the properties of the matter do not depend ...

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