Baryon number conservation and enforced electric charge neutrality for bulk viscosity in quark matter

Dong H, Su N, Wang Q (2007)
Phys.Rev.D 75(7).

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General constraints on fluid velocity divergences for particles in quarkmatter are derived from baryon number conservation and enforced electric chargeneutrality. A new oscillation pattern in three-flavor normal quark mattersatisfying these conditions is found and its bulk viscosity is calculated. Theresult may have astrophysical implication for maximum rotation frequencies ofcompact stars.
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Dong H, Su N, Wang Q. Baryon number conservation and enforced electric charge neutrality for bulk viscosity in quark matter. Phys.Rev.D. 2007;75(7).
Dong, H., Su, N., & Wang, Q. (2007). Baryon number conservation and enforced electric charge neutrality for bulk viscosity in quark matter. Phys.Rev.D, 75(7).
Dong, H., Su, N., and Wang, Q. (2007). Baryon number conservation and enforced electric charge neutrality for bulk viscosity in quark matter. Phys.Rev.D 75.
Dong, H., Su, N., & Wang, Q., 2007. Baryon number conservation and enforced electric charge neutrality for bulk viscosity in quark matter. Phys.Rev.D, 75(7).
H. Dong, N. Su, and Q. Wang, “Baryon number conservation and enforced electric charge neutrality for bulk viscosity in quark matter”, Phys.Rev.D, vol. 75, 2007.
Dong, H., Su, N., Wang, Q.: Baryon number conservation and enforced electric charge neutrality for bulk viscosity in quark matter. Phys.Rev.D. 75, (2007).
Dong, Hui, Su, Nan, and Wang, Qun. “Baryon number conservation and enforced electric charge neutrality for bulk viscosity in quark matter”. Phys.Rev.D 75.7 (2007).
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