Relativistic selfinteracting particle-antiparticle system of bosons
Thermodynamic properties of a system of an interacting boson particles and antiparticles at high temperatures are studied within the framework of the thermodynamically consistent Skyrme-like mean-field model. The mean field contains both attractive and repulsive terms. Self-consistency relations between the mean field and thermodynamic functions are derived. We assume a conservation of the isospin density for all temperatures. It is shown that, independently of the strength of the attractive mean field, at the critical temperature Tc the system undergoes the phase transition of second order to the Bose-Einstein condensate, which exists in the temperature interval 0 ≤ T ≤ Tc . It is obtained that the condensation represents a discontinuity of the derivative of the specific heat at T = Tc .