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2018 | 92 | 2 | 327-339
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Generalized nonsingular model for compact stars electrically charged

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We found new class of solutions to the Einstein-Maxwell system of equations for charged quark matter within the framework of MIT Bag Model considering a particular form for the measure of anisotropy and a metric function which depends on an adjustable parameter α. Variables as the energy density, charge density, radial pressure and the metric functions are written in terms of elementary and polynomial functions. We show that the form chosen for the metric function allows obtain physically acceptable solutions with any value of the adjustable parameter.
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2
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327-339
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  • Maritime University of the Caribbean, Department of Basic Sciences, Catia la Mar, Venezuela
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