Study of Warm Dense Matter in Astrophysical ObjectsJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2021-05-05
Authors : Mekhala Ganguly;
Page : 911-913
Keywords : warm dense matter; condensed matter physics; astrophysical objects;
Warm dense matter occurs in astrophysical structures such as the interiors of the Jovian planets or the crusts of old stars and are mostly made up of Components like hydrogens, helium, or carbon. They are popular for Giants of the Ice (like Neptune), BrownDwarfs, White Dwarfs, low mass stars, and the old planets' crusts.The designation of their composition and magnetic fields is based primarily on the study of phase transitions, Metallisation, and depersonalization under WDM with rising amounts of heat.Warm Dense Matter or WDM containing warm metallic nuclei could also be identified in terrestrial planets so that is a great deal of scientific focus is aimed at the phases of iron with heavy strain.The latest observation of exoplanets has widened the spectrum of environments to higher pressures, temperatures, and other materials.
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