The large scale structure formation in an expanding Universe

@article{Hameeda2022TheLS,
  title={The large scale structure formation in an expanding Universe},
  author={Mir Hameeda and Behnam Pourhassan and Syed Masood and Mir Faizal and Li-Gang Wang and Shohaib Abass},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics A},
  year={2022}
}
In this paper, we will analyze the effects of expansion on the large scale structure formation in our universe. This will be done by incorporating a cosmological constant term in the gravitational partition function. This gravitational partition function with a cosmological constant would be used for analyzing the thermodynamics for this system. We will analyze the viral expansion for this system, and obtain its equation of state. It is observed that the equation of state is the Van der Waals… 
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