Thursday, July 11, 2013

1307.2651 (R. Casali et al.)

Hadronic and hybrid stars subject to density dependent magnetic fields    [PDF]

R. Casali, L. B. Castro, D. P. Menezes
In this work we present a study of magnetars composed of hadronic and quark matter, under the influence of strong magnetic fields. We present our results for hadronic matter taking into account the effects that the inclusion of anomalous magnetic moment corrections may cause on the equations of state (EOS). Particle abundances are also presented and discussed. Additionally, the case of hybrid stars under the influence of strong magnetic fields is considered. We study the structure of hybrid stars based on the Maxwell condition (without a mixed phase), where the hadron phase is described by the non-linear Walecka model (NLW) and the quark phase by the Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model (NJL). The EOS and the mass-radius relation for each case are calculated and discussed. We show that the recently observed high mass neutron stars can be described by both hadronic and hybrid equations of state subject to strong magnetic fields.
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