Some new results on charged compact boson stars

@article{Kumar2017SomeNR,
  title={Some new results on charged compact boson stars},
  author={Sanjeev Kumar and Usha Kulshreshtha and Daya Shankar Kulshreshtha and Sarah Kahlen and Jutta Kunz},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2017},
  volume={772},
  pages={615-620}
}
Abstract In this work we present some new results obtained in a study of the phase diagram of charged compact boson stars in a theory involving a complex scalar field with a conical potential coupled to a U(1) gauge field and gravity. We here obtain new bifurcation points in this model. We present a detailed discussion of the various regions of the phase diagram with respect to the bifurcation points. The theory is seen to contain rich physics in a particular domain of the phase diagram. 
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