Neutron Stars: A Novel Equation of State with Induced Surface Tension

@article{Sagun2017NeutronSA,
  title={Neutron Stars: A Novel Equation of State with Induced Surface Tension},
  author={Violetta V. Sagun and Il{\'i}dio Lopes},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={850}
}
A novel equation of state with the surface tension induced by particles’ interactions was generalized to describe the properties of the neutron stars (NSs). In this equation the interaction between particles occurs via the hard core repulsion by taking into account the proper volumes of particles. Recently, this model was successfully applied to the description of the properties of nuclear and hadron matter created in collisions of nucleons. The new approach is free of causality problems and is… 

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