SUPERCONDUCTIVITY WITH DEFORMED FERMI SURFACES AND COMPACT STARS

@inproceedings{Sedrakian2003SUPERCONDUCTIVITYWD,
  title={SUPERCONDUCTIVITY WITH DEFORMED FERMI SURFACES AND COMPACT STARS},
  author={Armen Sedrakian},
  year={2003}
}
I discuss the deformed Fermi surface superconductivity (DFS) and some of its alternatives in the context of nucleonic superfluids and two flavor color superconductors that may exist in the densest regions of compact stellar objects. 
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