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The post-Newtonian expansion in the effective theory of compact objects

@inproceedings{Martinez2022ThePE,
  title={The post-Newtonian expansion in the effective theory of compact objects},
  author={Irvin Mart'inez},
  year={2022}
}
: Using the effective field theory framework for extended objects, we build the effective theory of a binary system made up of the most general compact objects in a theory of gravity as general relativity, which are objects described by their mass, spin, charge and their internal structure. We obtain the leading order post-Newtonian expansion to each of the relevant terms in the effective action that has been derived using the coset construction, where the covariant building blocks to build up the… 

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