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Heavy's Charge from the LS and an NSE EOS




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Contact: F.X.Timmes
my one page vitae,
full vitae,
research statement, and
teaching statement.

The electron-positron portion of the two equations of state are identical. Differences between the two EOS routines originate from the model used for nucleons (interacting nucleons in a liquid dropish model versus non-interacting Boltzmann nucleons), and the model used for the composition.

LS Zbar:
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Ye=0.5
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Ye=0.4
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Ye=0.3
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Ye=0.2


NSE Zbar:
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Ye=0.5
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Ye=0.4
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Ye=0.3
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Ye=0.2


LS and NSE Zbar Compared:
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Ye=0.5
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Ye=0.4
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Ye=0.3
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Ye=0.2