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Volumes > Volume 5 > No. 2

 
   

Entanglement in Condensates involving Strong Interactions

PP: 239-250
Author(s)
D. E. Miller, A. Tawfik,
Abstract
We look at two well known examples of interacting systems relating to condensed matter in which we put the strong interacting parameters. At high quark chemical potentials and low temperatures we study the entropy arising from the excitation in the BCS model of superconductivity and the Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) of colored quark pairs. We compare it with the ground state entropy for a system consisting of two colored quarks. In the BCS model we found that the entropy strongly depends on the energy gap. Both for the very small values of the momenta as well as those much greater than the characterizing Fermi momentum pf , the ground state entropy is dominant. For the BEC case we suggest a phenomenological model to build up colored bosonic quark pairs. Here the entropy entirely depends upon the short ranged repulsive interactions between the quark pairs and vanishes for large momenta.

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