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

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1) For neutron stars it is important to

, defined as the locus of points about the neutron star where the magnetic-energy

density equals the kinetic-energy density of the infalling material. Within this ...

1) For neutron stars it is important to

**consider**the region inside the Alfven surface, defined as the locus of points about the neutron star where the magnetic-energy

density equals the kinetic-energy density of the infalling material. Within this ...

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1 ) For neutron stars it is important to

surface , defined as the locus of points about the neutron star where the magnetic

- energy density equals the kinetic - energy density of the infalling material .

1 ) For neutron stars it is important to

**consider**the region inside the Alfvénsurface , defined as the locus of points about the neutron star where the magnetic

- energy density equals the kinetic - energy density of the infalling material .

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For thermal relaxation in 10- ? s and with x ~ 5.10-5 cm2 / g , we must

region of size r < 25 cm . The characteristic dimensions of the cells in normal

convection are considerably larger than this ( the radius of the convective core is

of ...

For thermal relaxation in 10- ? s and with x ~ 5.10-5 cm2 / g , we must

**consider**aregion of size r < 25 cm . The characteristic dimensions of the cells in normal

convection are considerably larger than this ( the radius of the convective core is

of ...

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### Contents

Why are the stars as they are? | 1 |

Krzeminskis StarCen | 5 |

The theory of degenerate configurations the limiting | 7 |

Copyright | |

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