# Metastable and stable equilibrium states of stellar electron-nuclear plasmas

@article{Ferro2005MetastableAS, title={Metastable and stable equilibrium states of stellar electron-nuclear plasmas}, author={Fabrizio Ferro and Andrea Lavagno and Piero Quarati}, journal={Physics Letters A}, year={2005}, volume={336}, pages={370-377} }

## 7 Citations

Metastability of Electron-Nuclear Astrophysical Plasmas: Motivations, Signals and Conditions

- Physics
- 2006

Physical motivations indicating that the electron-nuclear plasma of a stellar core (like the solar core) is not in a global thermodynamical equilibrium but satisfies the conditions of a metastable…

Nonextensive Statistical Effects on Nuclear Astrophysics and Many-Body Problems

- Physics
- 2005

Density and temperature conditions in many stellar core (like the solar core) imply the presence of nonideal plasma effects with memory and long-range interactions between particles. This aspect…

CNO reaction rates and chemical abundance variations in dense stellar plasma

- Physics
- 2005

In the hot interiors of dense stellar plasma, the equilibrium CNO cycle converts most of the carbon and oxygen into nitrogen. We discuss implications of new measurements concerning the modified…

Nonlinear dynamics and statistical effects on the relativistic nuclear equation of state

- Physics
- 2007

On the basis of the Tsallis' nonextensive thermostatistics, we study a generalized relativistic thermodynamics and the equation of state for an ideal gas. These results are extended to derive the…

Stability analysis of the classical ideal gas in nonextensive statistics and the negative specific heat

- Physics
- 2008

Solar resonant diffusion waves as a driver of terrestrial climate change

- Physics, Environmental Science
- 2007

Negentropy in Many-Body Quantum Systems

- PhysicsEntropy
- 2016

Negentropy (negative entropy) is the negative contribution to the total entropy of correlated many-body environments. Negentropy can play a role in transferring its related stored mobilizable energy…

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