Relativistic simulations of compact object mergers for nucleonic matter and strange quark matter

@inproceedings{Bauswein2010RelativisticSO,
  title={Relativistic simulations of compact object mergers for nucleonic matter and strange quark matter},
  author={Andreas Bauswein},
  year={2010}
}
Under the assumption that the energy of the ground state of 3-flavor quark matter is lower than the one of nucleonic matter, the compact stellar remnants of supernova explosions are composed of this quark matter. Because of the appearence of strange quarks, such objects are called strange stars. Considering their observational features, strange stars are very similar to neutron stars made of nucleonic matter, and therefore observations cannot exclude the existence of strange stars. This… CONTINUE READING

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