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Effects of Nuclear Equation of State on Type-I X-ray Bursts: Interpretation of the X-ray Bursts from GS 1826-24

@inproceedings{Dohi2021EffectsON,
  title={Effects of Nuclear Equation of State on Type-I X-ray Bursts: Interpretation of the X-ray Bursts from GS 1826-24},
  author={Akira Dohi and Nobuya Nishimura and Masa‐aki Hashimoto and Yasuhide Matsuo and Tsuneo Noda and Shigehiro Nagataki},
  year={2021}
}
Type I X-ray bursts are thermonuclear explosions on the neutron star (NS) surface by mass accretion from a companion star. Observation of X-ray bursts provides valuable information on X-ray binary systems, e.g., binary parameters, the chemical composition of accreted matter, and the nuclear equation of state (EOS) of NSs. There have been several theoretical studies to constrain the physics of X-ray bursters. However, they were mainly focused on the burning layers above the NS surface. The… Expand

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