Superconducting quark matter in SU (2) colour group

  title={Superconducting quark matter in SU (2) colour group},
  author={L. A. Kondratyuk and Mikhail I. Krivoruchenko},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Physik A Hadrons and Nuclei},
The effects of superconductivity of the quark matter in SU(2) colour group are studied. We analyze the QCD-inspired model of interaction of the quarks with the four quark contact interaction which represents relativistic extension of the BCS model. We construct, using the Gor'kov's propagator approach to description of the superconductivity, explicit expressions for the quark propagator, for the anomalous Green's functions, discuss their transformation properties, transformation properties of… 
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