## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 65N. Zanichelli, 1978 - Nuclear physics |

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The discovery of pulsars brought a profound revival in the theoretical

neutron stars . The structure , the composition , the equation of state of neutron

stars were re - examined in light of improved knowledge of nuclear physics .

The discovery of pulsars brought a profound revival in the theoretical

**analysis**ofneutron stars . The structure , the composition , the equation of state of neutron

stars were re - examined in light of improved knowledge of nuclear physics .

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Finally , I wish to discuss an

for Her X - 1 . Since no regular 35 d cycle is observed in Cen X - 3 , SCHREIER

and FABBIANO [ 26 ] have applied the Fourier - series

Finally , I wish to discuss an

**analysis**of Cen X - 3 pulses similar to that carried outfor Her X - 1 . Since no regular 35 d cycle is observed in Cen X - 3 , SCHREIER

and FABBIANO [ 26 ] have applied the Fourier - series

**analysis**, to times close ...Page 121

The coefficients in table I result from applying the two - dimensional harmonic

clearly dominate . The only symmetry - violating term significant at the 50 level is

+ 2v25 .

The coefficients in table I result from applying the two - dimensional harmonic

**analysis**with this epoch to all available B - flux observations . Cosine termsclearly dominate . The only symmetry - violating term significant at the 50 level is

+ 2v25 .

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### Contents

Why are the stars as they are? | 1 |

Krzeminskis StarCen | 5 |

The theory of degenerate configurations the limiting | 7 |

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