COLOR SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN COMPACT STARS

MARK ALFORD, JEFFREY BOWERS, KRISHNA RAJAGOPAL
2001 Strong and Electroweak Matter 2000  
After a brief review of the phenomena expected in cold dense quark matter, color superconductivity and color-flavor locking, we sketch some implications of recent developments in our understanding of cold dense quark matter for the physics of compact stars. We give a more detailed summary of our recent work on crystalline color superconductivity and the consequent realization that (some) pulsar glitches may originate in quark matter.
doi:10.1142/9789812799913_0001 fatcat:ka6m5fpm2zaw3nfp2my7jel6ke