Chaplygin gas, which occurs in certain theories of cosmology, is a hypothetical substance that satisfies an exotic equation of state in the form , where is the pressure, is the density, with and a positive constant. The substance is named after Sergey Chaplygin.
In some models, generalized Chaplygin gas is considered, where is a parameter, which can take on values .
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