Oct 16, 2002
Superconductivity in Quark Matter
Dr. Steve Hsu, Institute of Theoretical Science, University Oregon
I review recent advances in our understanding of dense matter from the
viewpoint of an effective field theory describing modes near a Fermi
surface. The ground state of 3-flavor matter at sufficiently high density
exhibits color-flavor locking, in which the color and flavor orientation of
the di-quark condensate are coupled, causing color-superconductivity.
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