Superfluidity in Neutron Star Matter

@inproceedings{Lombardo2000SuperfluidityIN,
  title={Superfluidity in Neutron Star Matter},
  author={U. Lombardo and H. Schulze},
  year={2000}
}
  • U. Lombardo, H. Schulze
  • Published 2000
  • Physics
  • The research on the superfluidity of neutron matter can be traced back to Migdal’s observation that neutron stars are good candidates for being macroscopic superfluid systems [1]. And, in fact, during more than two decades of neutron-star physics the presence of neutron and proton superfluid phases has been invoked to explain the dynamical and thermal evolution of a neutron star. The most striking evidence is given by post-glitch timing observations [2],[3], but also the cooling history is… CONTINUE READING

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