TESTING UNIVERSAL RELATIONS OF NEUTRON STARS WITH A NONLINEAR MATTER–GRAVITY COUPLING THEORY

@article{Sham2013TESTINGUR,
  title={TESTING UNIVERSAL RELATIONS OF NEUTRON STARS WITH A NONLINEAR MATTER–GRAVITY COUPLING THEORY},
  author={Y.-H. Sham and L.M. Lin and Pui Tang Leung},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={781}
}
Due to our ignorance of the equation of state (EOS) beyond nuclear density, there is still no unique theoretical model for neutron stars (NSs). It is therefore surprising that universal EOS-independent relations connecting different physical quantities of NSs can exist. Lau et al. found that the frequency of the f-mode oscillation, the mass, and the moment of inertia are connected by universal relations. More recently, Yagi and Yunes discovered the I–Love–Q universal relations among the mass… 

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