Articles written in Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy
Volume 16 Issue 3-4 December 1995 pp 399-405
Effect of strong magnetic field on cosmic quark-hadron phase transition and baryon inhomogeneity
The effect of intense magnetic field on the cosmic quark-hadron phase transition and also on the baryon number inhomogeneity has been investigated using phenomenological MIT bag model for the quark sector. For the sake of simplicity an ideal gas equation of state has been considered for the hadronic phase.
Volume 32 Issue 3 September 2011 pp 377-390
The Work Function Associated with Ultra-relativistic Electron Emission from Strongly Magnetized Neutron Star Surface
Arpita Ghosh Somenath Chakrabarty
Following an extremely interesting idea (Schieber 1984), published long ago, the work function associated with the emission of ultra-relativistic electrons from magnetically deformed metallic crystal (mainly iron) at the outer crust of a magnetar is obtained using relativistic version of Thomas–Fermi type model for electron distribution around the nuclei in this region. In the present scenario, surprisingly, the work function becomes anisotropic; the longitudinal part is an increasing function of magnetic field strength, whereas the transverse part diverges.
Volume 44, 2023
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