TY - JOUR
AU - A. Tarasov
PY - 2018/10/10
Y2 - 2020/07/13
TI - Magnetic Susceptibilities of Dense Superfluid Neutron Matter with Generalized Skyrme Forces and Spin-Triplet Pairing at Zero Temperature
JF - Ukrainian Journal of Physics
JA - UJP
VL - 58
IS - 7
SE - Fields and elementary particles
DO - 10.15407/ujpe58.07.0611
UR - https://ujp.bitp.kiev.ua/index.php/ujp/article/view/2018331
AB - Magnetic properties of a dense superfluid neutron matter (relevant to the physics of neutron star cores) at subnuclear and supranuclear densities (in the range 0.5 < n=n0 < 3.0, where n0 = 0.17 (fm^-3) is the saturation nuclear density) with the so-called generalized Skyrme effective forces BSk18, BSk19, BSk20, BSk21 (containing additional unconventional density-dependent terms) and with spin-triplet p-wave pairing (with spin S = 1 and orbital moment L = 1) in the presence of a strong magnetic field are studied within the framework of the non-relativistic generalized Fermi-liquid theory at zero temperature. The upper limit for the density range of a neutron matter is restricted by the magnitude 3n0 in order to avoid the account of relativistic corrections growing with density. The general formula obtained in [1] (valid for any parametrization of the Skyrme forces) for the magnetic susceptibility of a superfluid neutron matter at zero temperature is specified here for the new BSk18-BSk21 parametrizations of the Skyrme interaction. As is known, all previous conventional Skyrme interactions predict spin instabilities in a normal (nonsuperfluid) neutron matter beyond the saturation nuclear density. It is obtained in the present work that, for the model of superfluid neutron matter with new generalized BSk18-BSk21 parametrizations, such phase transition to the ferromagnetic state occurs neither at subnuclear nor at supranuclear densities. Thus, the high-density ferromagnetic instability is removed in the neutron matter with new generalized Skyrme forces BSk18-BSk21 not only in normal, but also in superfluid states with anisotropic spin-triplet pairing.
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