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Title: From femtonova to supernova: Heavy-ion collisions and the supernova equation of state
Authors: Hagel, K.
Hempel, M.
Natowitz, J.B.
Ropke, G.
Typel, S.
Wuenschel, S.
Wada, R.
Barbui, M.
Schmidt, Katarzyna
Keywords: Nuclear-Matter; Heavy-ion collisions; Femtonova; Supernova
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: EPJ Web Conferences, Vol. 117 (2016), art. no 07018
Abstract: AB Calculations using astrophysical equations of state at low densities comparable to that of the neutrino emission surface in supernovae and accretion disks are confronted with experimental results from heavy ion collisions. An extension of previous work shows that it is important to include all of the measured experimental data to draw conclusions about the astrophysical equation of state. Armed with this information, the calculations of the astrophysical equation of state are significantly constrained. Predictions of temperatures and densities sampled in black hole accretion disks are compared to those sampled in the experimental data.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/2793
DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/201611707018
ISSN: 2100-014X
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