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|Title:||Description of nucleons, nuclear matter and quark matter in an effective quark theory|
|Citation:||Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement, 2003, vol.151, iss.151, pp.176-180|
|Publisher:||Progress Theoretical Physics Publication Office|
|Conference Name:||Tokyo/Adelaide Joint Workshop on Quarks, Astrophysics and Space Physics (2003 : UNIV TOKYO, SCH SCI, TOKYO, JAPAN)|
|Abstract:||Using an effective chiral quark theory for the single nucleon, we describe the equations of state (EOS) of nuclear matter (NM) and quark matter (QM), and discuss the phase transition between them. We pay special attention to the effects of the nucleon quark structure on the NM EOS, and of scalar diquark condensation (color superconductivity) on the QM EOS.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 7|
Special Research Centre for the Subatomic Structure of Matter publications
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