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

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... slope p ' can be discontinuous ( presence of phase transitions ) and ,

furthermore , as Chitre and Hartle pointed out [ 15 ] , the restriction to continuity

would be improper , because the set of equations of state with continuous p ' is

not

... slope p ' can be discontinuous ( presence of phase transitions ) and ,

furthermore , as Chitre and Hartle pointed out [ 15 ] , the restriction to continuity

would be improper , because the set of equations of state with continuous p ' is

not

**closed**.Page 615

For the equatorial Q + 0 process one again has a linear condition , that P2 = exp [

- ug ] VQ ; the mathematical analysis proceeds on practically the same lines , and

one can obtain

For the equatorial Q + 0 process one again has a linear condition , that P2 = exp [

- ug ] VQ ; the mathematical analysis proceeds on practically the same lines , and

one can obtain

**closed**formulae for energies , etc . For the nonequatorial ...Page 765

These clumps , of the size of the vertical scale height in the disk , are held

together by

transport angular momentum by mutual friction . The parameter n is in this context

the product ...

These clumps , of the size of the vertical scale height in the disk , are held

together by

**closed**magnetic fluxes with strongly reduced dissipation andtransport angular momentum by mutual friction . The parameter n is in this context

the product ...

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico del partecipanti al Corso | 1 |

Introduction | 17 |

Сen | 37 |

Copyright | |

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