Thermal Effects in Dense Matter Beyond Mean Field Theory

@article{Constantinou2016ThermalEI,
  title={Thermal Effects in Dense Matter Beyond Mean Field Theory},
  author={Constantinos Constantinou and Sudhanva Lalit and Madappa Prakash},
  journal={arXiv: Nuclear Theory},
  year={2016}
}
The formalism of next-to-leading order Fermi Liquid Theory is employed to calculate the thermal properties of symmetric nuclear and pure neutron matter in a relativistic many-body theory beyond the mean field level which includes two-loop effects. For all thermal variables, the semi-analytical next-to-leading order corrections reproduce results of the exact numerical calculations for entropies per baryon up to 2. This corresponds to excellent agreement down to sub-nuclear densities for… Expand
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