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Pairing in high-density neutron matter including short- and long-range correlations
Pairing gaps in neutron matter need to be computed in a wide range of densities to address open questions in neutron-star phenomenology. Traditionally, the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer approach has beenExpand
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Density dependence of the nuclear symmetry energy: A microscopic perspective
We perform a systematic analysis of the density dependence of nuclear symmetry energy within the microscopic Brueckner-Hartree-Fock (BHF) approach using the realistic Argonne V18 nucleon-nucleonExpand
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Microscopic calculations of spin polarized neutron matter at finite temperature
Abstract The properties of spin polarized neutron matter are studied both at zero and finite temperature within the framework of the Brueckner–Hartree–Fock formalism, using the Argonne v18Expand
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Symmetric nuclear matter with chiral three-nucleon forces in the self-consistent Green's functions approach
We present calculations for symmetric nuclear matter using chiral nuclear interactions within the self-consistent Green's functions approach in the ladder approximation. Three-body forces areExpand
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Self-consistent Green's functions formalism with three-body interactions
We extend the self-consistent Green's functions formalism to take into account three-body interactions. We analyze the perturbative expansion in terms of Feynman diagrams and define effective one-Expand
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Correlated density-dependent chiral forces for infinite-matter calculations within the Green's function approach
The properties of symmetric nuclear and pure neutron matter are investigated within an extended self-consistent Green's function method that includes the effects of three-body forces. We use theExpand
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Comparative study of neutron and nuclear matter with simplified Argonne nucleon-nucleon potentials
We present calculations of the energy per particle of pure neutron and symmetric nuclear matter with simplified Argonne nucleon-nucleon potentials for different many-body theories. We compareExpand
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Correlations in hot asymmetric nuclear matter
The single-particle spectral functions in asymmetric nuclear matter are computed using the ladder approximation within the theory of finite temperature Green's functions. The internal energy and theExpand
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Depletion of the nuclear Fermi sea
The short-range and tensor components of the bare nucleon-nucleon interaction induce a sizable depletion of low momenta in the ground state of a nuclear many-body system. The self-consistent Green'sExpand
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Microscopic predictions of the nuclear matter liquid-gas phase transition
We present first-principle predictions for the liquid-gas phase transition in symmetric nuclear matter employing both two- and three-nucleon chiral interactions. Our discussion focuses on the Expand
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