Specific heat of normal, degenerate quark matter: Non-Fermi liquid corrections

@article{Boyanovsky2001SpecificHO,
  title={Specific heat of normal, degenerate quark matter: Non-Fermi liquid corrections},
  author={Daniel Boyanovsky and H{\'e}ctor J. de Vega},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2001},
  volume={63},
  pages={114028}
}
In normal degenerate quark matter, the exchange of dynamically screened transverse gluons introduces infrared divergences in the quark self-energies that lead to the breakdown of the Fermi liquid description. If the core of neutron stars are composed of quark matter with a normal component, cooling by direct quark Urca processes may be modified by non-Fermi liquid corrections. We find that while the quasiparticle density of states is finite and non-zero at the Fermi surface, its frequency… 

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