Properties and Dynamics of Neutron Stars and Proto-Neutron Stars
Dexheimer, Veronica (editor)
Negreiros, Rodrigo (editor)
Following new developments in the measurement of gravitational waves from neutron–star mergers and the modification or construction of particle colliders to reach larger densities, we are entering a new era, during which we can begin to understand dense and hot matter for the first time. This, together with future supernova explosion data, will provide us with the opportunity to have truly multimessenger data on hot and dense matter, which is, to some extent, similar to the matter present in the core of proto-neutron stars. This Special Issue focuses on the theory necessary to understand present and future data. It includes state-of-the-art theoretical models that describe dense and hot matter and dynamical stellar simulations that make use of them, with the ultimate goal of determining which degrees of freedom are relevant under these conditions and how they affect the matter equation of state and stellar evolution.
Keywordsneutron stars; equations of state; relativistic models; gravitational waves; neutron star; equation of state; universal relation; hybrid star; color superconductivity; diquark; dense matter; neutrinos; hyperons; nuclear matter; neutron star merger; beta equilibration; weak interaction; n/a; chiral symmetry; axion QED; quark–hole pairing; cold-dense QCD; magnetic DCDW; quark stars; dark matter; radial oscillations; nuclear matter aspects; quark deconfinement; quark-gluon plasma production; phase-transition; neutron star crust; meson interactions; quantum molecular dynamics
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Publication date and place2022
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