Harry! By your shorthand given Neutron Star matter compaction Of 10^17, Are you approximating the given Neutron Star Density Range??): "Neutron stars have overall densities of 3.7×10e17 to 5.9×10e17 kg/m3"??Hello
In reference to compaction
normal matter 10^5
Neutron matter 10^17
Quark matter and its composites range from 10^18 to estimate 10^25
Partonic matter and its campsites rough estime10^26 to 10^30
Axion Gluon matter and its composites 10^31 to 10^35
They are Transients,
All have a property.
Dipolar Electromagnetic Vector fields that stop a singularity from forming.
Quark matter composites can form an Event Horizon and mimic the properties of a classical Black Hole.
Hey! it's OK to disagree.
Harry!! Quark permeable sacs cannot exist outside the proton permeable sac!! and Einsteins E=MC2 Is only a half-truth!! Because mass and energy are stored inside the neutron, the proton, the electron and the neutrino gaseous permeable indestructible minted sacs in the form of compressed GP1 Gaseous Aether Particles!!Hello
And may even be composite density range.
It will take years from now to work out the rest.
Regardless they are quite dance.
The point is to understand the compaction from one transient to the other.
Quark Keon matter
The common property being,
Chiral Super-Symmetry Dipolar Electro-Magnetic Vector Fields.
How this property forms
Galaxies varies forms
We describe multiquark clusters in quark matter within a Beth-Uhlenbeck approach in a background gluon field coupled to the underlying chiral quark dynamics using the Polyakov gauge which establishes the center symmetry of color SU(3) that suppresses colored states as an aspect of confinement. Quark confinement is modeled by a large quark mass in vacuum motivated by a confining density functional approach. A multiquark cluster containing n quarks and antiquarks is described as a binary composite of smaller subclusters n1 and n2 (n1+n2=n). It has a spectrum consisting of a bound state and a scattering state continuum. For the corresponding cluster-cluster phase shifts we discuss simple ansätze that capture the Mott dissociation of clusters as a function of temperature and chemical potential. We go beyond the simple "step-up-step-down" model that ignores continuum correlations and introduce an improved model that includes them in a generic form. In order to explain the model, we restrict ourselves here to the cases where the cluster size is 1≤n≤6. A striking result is the suppression of the abundance of colored multiquark clusters at low temperatures by the coupling to the Polyakov loop and their importance for a quantitative description of lattice QCD thermodynamics at non-vanishing baryochemical potentials. An important ingredient are Polyakov-loop generalized distribution functions of n-quark clusters which are derived here for the first time. Within our approach we calculate thermodynamic properties such as baryon density and entropy. We demonstrate that the limits of a hadron resonance gas at low temperatures and O(g2) perturbative QCD at high temperatures are correctly reproduced. A comparison with lattice calculations shows that our model is able to give a unified, systematic approach to describe properties of the quark-gluon-hadron system.
Harry, Thanks on agreeing on some of my points!! I appreciate!! But How can you stand "THIS DOUBLE TALK" that has absolutely nothing to do with reality!!Quark matter can only be confined by a Neutron envelope.
Neutron matter can be confined by compaction of normal matter 10^5l
[Submitted on 15 Aug 2023]
Thermodynamics of quark matter with multiquark clusters in an effective Beth-Uhlenbeck type approachD. Blaschke, M. Cierniak, O. Ivanytskyi, G. Röpke