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Strange quark star with Tolman IV background

  • Sumita Banerjee
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Abstract

In the present article, we have studied the behaviour of static, spherically symmetric, anisotropic stellar models within the framework of MIT Bag model in the Tolman IV background. Different physical properties like energy conditions, stability, compactness factor and surface red-shift are investigated through graphical plots and mathematical calculations. The interior solutions found are non-singular in nature, i.e., regular at the centre. The interior spherically symmetric solutions have been matched to an exterior Schwarzschild geometry.

Keywords

Tolman IV potential MIT Bag constant quark stars 

PACS Nos

04.04.Nr 04.20.Jb 04.20.Dw 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The author acknowledges Dr Farook Rahaman and Dr Ayan Banerjee for helpful and valuable discussion. The author is also thankful to the anonymous referee for the valuable comments which improved the manuscript. She is also thankful to the authorities of Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune for giving her an opportunity to visit IUCAA where a part of this work was carried out.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsJadavpur UniversityKolkata India

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