9789812389541

Compact Stars, the Quest for New States of Dense Matter : Proceedings of the Kias-Apctp International Symposium on Astro-Hadron Physics, Seoul, Korea 10-14 November 2003

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  • Copyright: 2004-11-30
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Summary

Space observations are currently providing a glimpse of various new states of matter possibly present in compact stars, with terrestrial laboratories producing compelling evidence in support. The aim of this book is to facilitate the exchange of ideas -- both established and emergent, both theoretical and experimental -- in the areas of the physics of neutrinos, dense hadronic matter and compact stars.

Table of Contents

Preface v
Compact Stars
Neutron Stars and the Properties of Matter under Extreme Conditions
3(15)
Gordon Baym (Illinois, USA)
Quark Deconfinement in Compact Stars and Astrophysical Implications
18(17)
Ignazio Bombaci (Pisa, Italy)
Unexpected Goings-on in the Structure of a Neutron Star Crust
35(7)
Aurel Bulgac (Seattle, USA) et al.
Sleuthing the Isolated Compact Stars
42(16)
Jeremy J. Drake (CFA, Harvard, USA)
Phase Transitions in Neutron Stars
58(17)
Norman K. Glendenning (LBNL, USA)
Searching for Compact Objects in Supernova Remnants: Initial Results
75(13)
David Kaplan (Caltech, USA) et al.
Formation and Evolution of Black Holes in the Galaxy
88(14)
Chang-Hwan Lee (Pusan, Korea)
A New Window to the Ground State of Quark Matter: Strange Quark Matter, Strange Stars and Strangelets
102(14)
Vikrarn Soni (New Delhi, India) and Dipankar Bhattacharya (Bangalore, India)
Properties of Neutron Stars
116(12)
Marten H. van Kerkwijk; (Toronto. Canada)
Neutron Stars and Quark Stars
128(19)
Fridolin Weber (San Diego. USA)
Dense Matter
Role of Strange Quark Mass in Pairing Phenomena in QCD
147(10)
Hiroaki Abuki (Kyoto, Japan)
Nuclear Matter and the Transition to Quark Matter in an Effective Quark Theory
157(10)
Wolfgang Bentz (Tokai, Japan) et al.
A New State of Matter at High Temperature as "Sticky Molasses"
167(16)
Gerald E. Brown (Stony Brook, USA) et al.
Mode Softening near the Critical Point within Effective Approaches to QCD
183(10)
Hirotsugu Fujii (Tokyo, Japan) and M. Ohtani (RIKEN. Japan)
Thermal Phase Transitions of Dense QCD
193(12)
Tetsuo Hatsado (Tokyo. Japan)
Pseudogap in Color Superconductivity
205(8)
Masakigo Kitazawa (Kyoto, Japan)
Aspects of High Density Effective Theory
213(15)
Deog Ki Hong (Pusan, Korea)
Model Independent Sum Rules for Strange Form Factors
228(7)
Soon-Tae Hong (Ewha, Korea)
The Fermion Sign Problem and High Density Effective Theory
235(15)
Deog Ki Hong (Pusan, Korea) and Stephen D.H. Hsu (Oregon, USA)
Dynamical Theory of Disoriented Chiral Condensates at QCD Phase Transition
250(10)
Sang Pyo Kira, (Kunsan, Korea)
New Results from Belle
260(15)
Youngjoon Kwon (Yonsei, Korea)
Topological Structure of Dense Hadronic Matter
275(16)
Byung-Yoon Park (Chungnam, Korea) et al.
Chiral Symmetry of Heavy-Light-Quark Hadrons in Hot/Dense Matter
291(13)
Mannqe Rho (Saclay & KIAS)
Effective Lagrangians for QCD: Deconfinement and Chiral Symmetry Restoration
304(16)
Francesco Sannino (Nordita, Denmark) et al.
Pion Velocity near the Chiral Phase Transition
320(10)
Chihiro Sasaki (Nagoya, Japan)
Effective Theory of Superfluid Quark Matter
330(15)
Thomas Schafer (North Carolina, USA)
Axial Anomaly in Dense QCD
345(7)
Young Jin Sohn (Pusan, Korea) et al.
Andreev Reflection in Color Superconductivity
352(10)
M. Sadzikowski (Kraków, Poland) and Motoi Tachibana (RIKEN, Japan)
Quest for Dense and Cold Nuclear Bound Systems Mediated by K- Mesons
362(15)
Toshimitsu Yarnazaki (Tokyo, Japan) et at.
Stability of Strangelets with Chiral Symmetry Breaking
377(12)
Shigehiro Yasui (Osaka, Japan) et al.
Neutrinos
Energy Release due to Antineutrino Untrapping from Hot Quark Stars
389(10)
Deborah, N. Aguilera (Rostock, Germany) et at.
Cooling Delay for Protoquark Stars due to Neutrino Trapping
399(10)
Jens Berdermann (Rostock, Germany) et at.
Cooling of Neutron Stars with Color Superconducting Quark Cores
409(11)
David Blaschke (Rostock, Germany) et at.
Neutrino Oscillation Experiments: Super-Kamiokande, K2K and the JPARC Neutrino Project
420(13)
Takaaki Kajita (Tokyo. Japan)
Astrophysical Weak-Interaction Processes and Nuclear Effective Field Theory
433(16)
Kuniharn Kubodera (South Carolina. USA)
The Minimal Cooling of Neutron Stars
449(15)
Dany Page (UNAM. Mexico)
The Solar Hep Process Confronts the Terrestrial Hen Process
464
Tae-Sun Park (KIAS, Korea)
Neutrino Processes in Supernovae and Neutron Stars in Their Infancy and Old Age
176(319)
Madapa Prakash (Stony Brook. USA) et at.
The Microphysics of Neutrino Transport at Extreme Density
495(15)
Sanjay Reddy (Los Alamos, USA)
Supernova Explosions and Neutrino Bursts from Supernovae
510
Katsuhiko Sato (Tokyo, Japan) et al.

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