Ilya I. Royzen. Qcd against black holes of a star mass?
Submitted on: Jun 16, 2012, 10:09:40
Natural Sciences / Physics / Astrophysics
Description: Along with compacting baryon (neutron) spacing in a neutron star (NS), two very important factors come into play side by side: the lack of the NS gravitational self-stabilization against shutting to black hole (BH) and the phase transition - color deconfinement and QCD-vacuum reconstruction - within the nuclear matter the NS is composed of. That is why both phenomena should be taken into account at once, as the gravitational collapse is considered. Since, under the above transition, the hadronic-phase (HPh) vacuum (filled up with gluon- and chiral $qbar q$-condensates) turns into the "empty" (perturbation) subhadronic-phase (SHPh) one and, thus, the formerly (very high) pressure falls down rather abruptly, the formerly cold nuclear medium starts imploding almost freely into the new vacuum.
The abstract of this article has been published in the "Intellectual Archive Bulletin" , June 2012, ISSN 1929-1329.
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