Stably stratified stars containing magnetic fields whose toroidal components are much larger than the poloidal ones in general relativity: A perturbation analysis

@article{Yoshida2019StablySS,
  title={Stably stratified stars containing magnetic fields whose toroidal components are much larger than the poloidal ones in general relativity: A perturbation analysis},
  author={Shijun Yoshida},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2019}
}
We construct the stably stratified magnetized stars within the framework of general relativity. The effects of magnetic fields on the structure of the star and spacetime are treated as perturbations of non-magnetized stars. By assuming ideal magnetohydrodynamics and employing one-parameter equations of state, we derive basic equations for describing stationary and axisymmetric stably stratified stars containing magnetic fields whose toroidal components are much larger than the poloidal ones. A… 

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