On Charged Analogues of Matese and Whitman Interior Solutions in General Relativity
A set of three static fluid spheres once derived by Matese and Whitman (in Phys. Rev. D 22:1270, 1980) are charged by means of a particular electric intensity to obtain compact objects like white dwarfs, quark stars and neutron stars etc. The charged objects so obtain and their neutral counterparts are analysed on astrophysical grounds. This revealed that two of the charged spheres and one of the neutral seed solutions are well behaved. The corresponding red shift and adiabatic index together with other physical entities like pressure, density and velocity of sound through the star models are studied systematically.