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A star that is too heavy to stabilize as a white dwarf can

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Problem 24P

Problem 24P

A star that is too heavy to stabilize as a white dwarf can collapse further to form a neutron star: a star made entirely of neutrons, supported against gravitational collapse by degenerate neutron pressure. Repeat the steps of the previous problem for a neutron star, to determine the following: the mass-radius relation; the radius, density, Fermi energy, and Fermi temperature of a one-solar-mass neutron star and the critical mass above which a neutron star becomes relativistic and hence unstable to further collapse.

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