Superdense QCD Matter and Compact Stars: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Superdense QCD Matter and Compact Stars, Yere by David BlaschkeSuperdense QCD Matter and Compact Stars: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Superdense QCD Matter and Compact Stars, Yere by David Blaschke

Superdense QCD Matter and Compact Stars: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on…

byDavid BlaschkeEditorDavid Sedrakian

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2 Homogeneous superconducting state 210 3 Superconducting phases with broken space symmetries 213 4 Flavor asymmetric quark condensates 219 5 Concluding remarks 221 Acknowledgments 222 References 223 Neutral Dense Quark Matter 225 Mei Huang and Igor Shovkovy 1 Introduction 225 2 Local charge neutrality: homogeneous phase 226 3 Global charge neutrality: mixed phase 234 4 Conclusion 238 References 238 Possibility of color magnetic superconductivity 241 Toshitaka Tatsumi, Tomoyuki Maruyama, and Eiji Nakano 1 Introduction 241 2 What is ferromagnetism in quark matter? 243 3 Color magnetic superconductivity 248 4 Chiral symmetry and magnetism 253 5 Summary and Concluding remarks 258 Acknowledgments 260 References 260 Magnetic Fields of Compact Stars with Superconducting Quark Cores 263 David M. Sedrakian, David Blaschke, and Karen M. Shahabasyan 1 Introduction 263 2 Free Energy 265 3 Ginzburg-Landau equations 267 4 Vortex Structure 269 5 Solution of Ginzburg-Landau Equations 271 6 The Magnetic Field Components 273 7 Summary 275 Acknowledgments 275 References 275 Thermal Color-superconducting Fluctuations in Dense Quark Matter 277 D. N.
This volume covers the main topics in the theory of superdense QCD matter and its application to the astrophysics of compact stars in a comprehensive and yet accessible way. The material is presented as a combination of extensive introductory lectures and more topical contributions. The book is centered around the question whether hypo...
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Title:Superdense QCD Matter and Compact Stars: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on…Format:PaperbackDimensions:430 pagesPublished:December 22, 2005Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Dedication. Contributing Authors. Foreword. Acknowledgments. Part I Compact Stars: Dynamic stability of compact stars; G.S. Bishovaryi-Kogan. Introduction. Early development of the theory of compact stars: 1931-1965. Criteria of hydrodynamic stability. Energetic method. Search of quark stars. Summary. Acknowledgments. References. Constraints on Superdense Matter from X-ray Binaries; M. Coleman Miller. Introduction and Overview. Overview of Neutron Star X-ray Binaries. Radial Velocity Measurements. Spectral Line Profiles. Light Curve Profiles. Orbital Frequencies. Summary. Acknowledgments. References. Postglitch Relaxations of Angular Velocity of Pulsars; David M. Sedrakian, M.V. Hayrapetyan. Introduction. Relaxation solutions. Discussion. References. Isolated neutron stars: An astrophysical perspective; Sergei Popov and Roberto Turolla. Introduction. What's new. Discussion. Conclusion: What do we - astrophysicists - want from QCD theorists? Acknowledgments. References. Part II Superdense QCD Matter: Clusters and Condensates in the Nuclear Matter Equation of State; Gerd Röpke et al. Introduction. Ideal Mixture of Different Components. Relativistic mean field theory. Medium modifications of two-particle correlations. Medium modification of higher clusters. Comparison with the concept of excluded volume. Isospin singlet (pn) and triplet (nn, pp) pairing in nuclear matter. Alpha cluster condensation in threshold states of self-conjugate 4n nuclei. Conclusions. References. Nuclear equation of state and the structure of neutron stars; A.E.L. Dieperink et al. Introduction. Equation of state and symmetry energy . How well do we know the symmetry energy? Empirical information on the SE. Constraints on EoS from neutron stars. Acknowledgments. References. Neutron Star Structure with Hyperons and Quarks; M. Baldo et al. Brueckner theory. Three-body forces. EOS of nuclear matter from different TBF. Neutron star structure. Hyperons innuclear matter. Quark matter. Conclusions. References. The QCD equation of state and quark star properties; A. Peshier et al. Introduction. Resummation and quasiparticle models. Implications for quark stars. References. Effective Lagrangians for QCD, Duality and Exact Results; Francesco Sannino. Effective Lagrangians for QCD. Color Flavor Locked Phase. Duality made transparent in QCD. 2 SC General Features and Effective Lagrangian. Non Perturbative Exact Results: Anomaly Matching Conditions. Acknowledgments. References. Color superconductivity and high density effective theory; Deog Ki Hong. Introduction. High Density Effective Theory. More on matching. Color superconductivity in dense QCD. Quark matter under stress. Positivity of HDET. References. Color superconducting quark matter and the interior of neutron stars; Micaela Oertel, Michael Buballa. Introduction. The scalar color antitriplet condensate. Spin-1 condensate for a two-flavor system. Neutral quark matter. Compact stars with a color superconducting quark matter core. Acknowledgments. References. Superconductivity with deformed Fermi surfaces and compact stars; Armen Sedrakian. Introduction. Homogeneous superconducting state. Superconducting phases with broken space symmetries. Flavor asymmetric quark condensates. Concluding remarks. References. Neutral Dense Quark Matter; Mei Huang, Igor Shovkovy. Introduction. Local charge neutrality: homogeneous phase. Global charge neutrality: mixed phase. Conclusion. References. Possibility of color magnetic superconductivity; Toshitaka Tatsumi et al. Introduction. What is ferromagnetism in quark matter? Color magnetic superconductivity. Chiral symmetry and magnetism. Summary and Concluding remarks. Acknowledgments. References. Magnetic Fields of Compact Stars with Superconducting Quark Cores; David M. Sedrakian et al. Introduction. Free Energy. Ginzburg-Landau equations. Vortex Structure. Solution of Ginzburg-Landau Equations. The Magn