Nonextensive Statistical Effects on Nuclear Astrophysics and Many-Body Problems

@article{Lavagno2005NonextensiveSE,
  title={Nonextensive Statistical Effects on Nuclear Astrophysics and Many-Body Problems},
  author={Andrea Lavagno and Piero Quarati},
  journal={arXiv: Nuclear Theory},
  year={2005},
  pages={117-124}
}
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 suggests the possibility that the stellar core could not be in a global thermodynamical equilibrium but satisfies the conditions of a metastable state with a stationary (nonextensive) power law distribution function among ions. The order of magnitude of the deviation from the standard Maxwell-Boltzmann… 

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