EoS referenced by : F.J. Fattoyev, C.J. Horowitz, J. Piekarewicz, and G. Shen, Phys. Rev. C 82, 055803 (2010)

nparam
name
subgroup
family
npart
t_min
t_max
t_pts
n_min
n_max
n_pts
y_min
y_max
y_pts
detail
2 HS_IUF neutron matter (no electrons) Statistical model by Hempel et al; Steiner et al; Banik et al Neutron Matter EoS np N 0.1 1.6e+02 81 1e-12 10 326 0 0 1 details
2 HS_IUF neutron matter (with electrons) Statistical model by Hempel et al; Steiner et al; Banik et al Neutron Matter EoS npe N 0.1 1.6e+02 81 1e-12 10 326 0 0 1 details
3 HS_IUF (no electrons) Statistical model by Hempel et al; Steiner et al; Banik et al General Purpose EoS np N 0.1 1.6e+02 81 1e-12 10 326 0.01 0.6 60 details
3 HS_IUF (with electrons) Statistical model by Hempel et al; Steiner et al; Banik et al General Purpose EoS npe N 0.1 1.6e+02 81 1e-12 10 326 0.01 0.6 60 details

Abbreviations

Table Head
T : minimum and maximum of available temperatures in units of MeV
n : minimum and maximum of available baryon densities in units of fm-3
Y : minimum and maximum of hadronic charge fraction
pts : number of grid points
Particles
L : Leptons
M : Mesons
B : Baryons consisting of u and d quarks, only
Bs: Hyperons
Bh: Baryons including c- and heavier quarks
Q : u-, d-quarks, explicitly no s-quarks
Qs: s-quarks
Qh: c-, b-, or t-quarks
N : nuclear clusters
NR: representative (usually heavy) nuclear clusters

If only particles of the following species are considered, they are mentioned explicitly:

Leptons Hadrons NuclearClusters Quarks
e-electron n-neutron a-alpha u-up
m-muon p-proton d-down
s-strange