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From multifragmentation to supernovae and neutron stars

Abstract : The thermodynamics properties of globally neutral dense stellar matter are analyzed both in terms of mean field instabilities and structures beyond the mean field. The mean field response to finite wavelenght fluctuations is calculated with the realistic Sly230a effective interaction. A Monte Carlo simulation of a schematic lattice Hamiltonian shows the importance of calculations beyond the mean field to calculate the phase diagram of stellar matter. The analogies and differences respect to the thermodynamics of nuclear matter and finite nuclei are stressed.
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F. Gulminelli, P. Chomaz, C. Ducoin, P. Napolitani, K. Hasnaoui. From multifragmentation to supernovae and neutron stars. VI Latin American Symposium on Nuclear Physics and Applications, Oct 2005, Iguazu, Argentina. pp.318-326. ⟨in2p3-00025181⟩



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