Linear response theory and neutrino mean free path using Brussels-Montreal Skyrme functionals
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Linear response theory and neutrino mean free path using Brussels-Montreal Skyrme functionals

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Linear response theory and neutrino mean free path using Brussels-Montreal Skyrme functionals

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Pastore, Alessandro; Martini, Marco; Davesne, Dany; Navarro Faus, Jesús; Goriely, Stéphane; Chamel, Nicolas
Aquest document és un/a article, creat/da en: 2014
The Brussels-Montreal Skyrme functionals have been successful in describing properties of both finite nuclei and infinite homogeneous nuclear matter. In their latest version, these functionals have been equipped with two extra density-dependent terms in order to reproduce simultaneously ground state properties of nuclei and infinite nuclear matter properties while avoiding at the same time the arising of ferromagnetic instabilities. In the present article, we extend our previous results of the linear response theory to include such extra terms at both zero and finite temperature in pure neutron matter. The resulting formalism is then applied to derive the neutrino mean free path. The predictions from the Brussels-Montreal Skyrme functionals are compared with ab initio methods.

    Pastore, Alessandro Martini, Marco Davesne, Dany Navarro Faus, Jesús Goriely, Stéphane Chamel, Nicolas 2014 Linear response theory and neutrino mean free path using Brussels-Montreal Skyrme functionals Physical Review C 90 2 025804
http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.90.025804
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