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

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If we take the Monte Carlo results of Cochran and Chester [ 33 ] as a gauge to judge the other

If we take the Monte Carlo results of Cochran and Chester [ 33 ] as a gauge to judge the other

**methods**, the results are as follows ( fig . 43 ) : E ( LOCV ) -E ( MC ) 200 100 2 ) E ( MC ) -E ( Woo et al . ) 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.34 1.67 ...Page 547

The purpose of this note is to sketch a classical derivation of this formula ( ** ) [ 5 ] . For doing so , we need a

The purpose of this note is to sketch a classical derivation of this formula ( ** ) [ 5 ] . For doing so , we need a

**method**able to deal with strong gravitational fields ; we will use the EIH**method**[ 6 ] ...Page 644

The present

The present

**method**can describe many sorts of equilibrium stars ; however , the problem of stability is still only partially understood . Axisymmetric stability can be studied by present**methods**for cases where heat flow and viscosity ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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