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1996A&A...314.1017H - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 314, 1017-1023 (1996/10-3)

Ferromagnetism of dense matter and magnetic properties of neutron stars.

HAENSEL P. and BONAZZOLA S.

Abstract (from CDS):

Possible consequences of ferromagnetic transition in dense matter suggested recently by Kutschera and Wojcik, for the magnetic properties of neutron stars, are studied. Specific model of dense matter, in which a small admixture of protons is completely polarized due to their interaction with neutrons, is considered. Magnetic field of neutron stars with a ferromagnetic core are calculated within the framework of general relativity. Two types of boundary conditions at the ferromagnetic core edge are considered, corresponding to normal and superconducting liquid envelope, respectively. Numerical results for the neutron star magnetic dipole moment are confronted with pulsar timing. To be consistent with observations, ferromagnetic cores surrounded by a non-superconducting envelope, should consist of weakly ordered ferromagnetic domains. If domains are highly ordered, ferromagnetic core should be screened by a superconducting envelope.

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Journal keyword(s): dense matter - stars: neutron - stars: magnetic fields - stars: pulsars

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