## STOS zero temperature (new version)

#### Abstract

This table contains the zero temperature EoS of H. Shen, H. Toki, K. Oyamatsu, and K. Sumiyoshi [STOSP_1998,STOSN_1998] with only baryonic contributions (no leptons or photons included) using a non-linear relativistic mean-field model with the TM1 parametrization [STNP_1994] of the effective interaction. Non-uniform nuclear matter is calculated in the single-nucleus Thomas-Fermi approximation with parametrized density distributions in spherical Wigner-Seitz cells. Only neutrons, protons, alpha particles and a single heavy nucleus are considered. The present table is the updated high-resolution version that was taken from the website user.numazu-ct.ac.jp/ of K. Sumiyoshi.

Nparam | = | 2 |

Particles | = | np |

T min | = | 0.0 |

T max | = | 0.0 |

T pts | = | 1 |

nb min | = | 7.59e-11 |

nb max | = | 6.02e+00 |

nb pts | = | 110 |

Y min | = | 1.00e-02 |

Y max | = | 6.50e-01 |

Y pts | = | 65 |

#### Nuclear Matter Properties

n_{s} |
= | 0.0 | fm^{-3} |

E_{0} |
= | 0.0 | Mev |

K | = | 0.0 | Mev |

K' | = | 0.0 | Mev |

J | = | 0.0 | Mev |

L | = | 0.0 | Mev |

K_{sym} |
= | 0.0 | MeV |

#### Neutron Star Properties

M_{max} |
= | 0.0 | M_{sun} |

MDU,e_{} |
= | 0.0 | M_{sun} |

R_{Mmax} |
= | 0.0 | km |

R_{1.4} |
= | 0.0 | km |

#### References

##### References to the original work:

- [STOSP_1998] H. Shen, H. Toki, K. Oyamatsu, K. Sumiyoshi, Prog. Theor. Phys. 100, 1013 (1998)
- [STOSN_1998] H. Shen, H. Toki, K. Oyamatsu, K. Sumiyoshi, Nucl. Phys. A 637, 435 (1998)

##### Further references:

- [STNP_1994] Y. Sugahara, H. Toki, Nucl. Phys. A 579, 557 (1994)