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

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( 1 ) ( Schwarzschild ( a = Q = 0 ) , Reissner - Nordstrøm ( a = 0 ) , Kerr ( Q = 0 )

and KerrNewman ) gives the best approximation to

hole . We know that electromagnetic fields are essential in

( 1 ) ( Schwarzschild ( a = Q = 0 ) , Reissner - Nordstrøm ( a = 0 ) , Kerr ( Q = 0 )

and KerrNewman ) gives the best approximation to

**describe**an accreting blackhole . We know that electromagnetic fields are essential in

**describing**either an ...Page 478

A second and more serious problem is related to the nuclei , so far successfully

described by a mass formula . We shall first discuss what one can expect from

physical arguments and then the technical way to

of ...

A second and more serious problem is related to the nuclei , so far successfully

described by a mass formula . We shall first discuss what one can expect from

physical arguments and then the technical way to

**describe**the detailed behaviorof ...

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The region just described has provided us with a good perspective of the

difficulties one can expect when trying to

densities and pressures far beyond the domain attained in terrestrial laboratories

.

The region just described has provided us with a good perspective of the

difficulties one can expect when trying to

**describe**, in a rigorous way , regions ofdensities and pressures far beyond the domain attained in terrestrial laboratories

.

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico del partecipanti al Corso | 1 |

Introduction | 17 |

Сen | 37 |

Copyright | |

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