Neutron star structure with a new force between quarks

@article{Berryman2021NeutronSS,
  title={Neutron star structure with a new force between quarks},
  author={Jeffrey M. Berryman and Susan Gardner},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2021}
}
The discovery of nondiffuse sources of gravitational waves through compact-object mergers opens new prospects for the study of physics beyond the Standard Model. In this paper, we study the effects of a new force between quarks, suggested by the gauging of baryon number, on pure neutron matter at supranuclear densities. This leads to a stiffening of the equation of state, allowing neutron stars to be both larger and heavier and possibly accommodating the light progenitor of GW190814 as a… 

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