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

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( 23 ) , we have the

and 4 , is the mean molecular weight per electron . Equilibrium configurations in

which the pressure is a monomial of the density are the polytropes of Emden and

an ...

( 23 ) , we have the

**relation**1 1318 h ( 26 ) P = 6 , 0 , where K = 20 ( ) ( WH ) : 'and 4 , is the mean molecular weight per electron . Equilibrium configurations in

which the pressure is a monomial of the density are the polytropes of Emden and

an ...

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( 31 ) and ( 32 ) , the pressure approximates the

electron concentrations , but for increasing electron concentrations it tends to ( cf .

CHANDRASEKHAR [ 7 ] ) ( 33 ) P - 11311 honi . of the

by ...

( 31 ) and ( 32 ) , the pressure approximates the

**relation**( 23 ) for low enoughelectron concentrations , but for increasing electron concentrations it tends to ( cf .

CHANDRASEKHAR [ 7 ] ) ( 33 ) P - 11311 honi . of the

**relation**can be obtainedby ...

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Letting ( 37 ) 0 , = - am / 2 Mr + ( for m negative ) and with the convention that o is

positive , we conclude that , so long as 0 > 0s , the r * ( r ) -

valued and the range of r * is the entire interval ( - 0 , + 0o ) . But , if 0 < o < o , and

r + ...

Letting ( 37 ) 0 , = - am / 2 Mr + ( for m negative ) and with the convention that o is

positive , we conclude that , so long as 0 > 0s , the r * ( r ) -

**relation**is singlevalued and the range of r * is the entire interval ( - 0 , + 0o ) . But , if 0 < o < o , and

r + ...

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico del partecipanti al Corso | 1 |

Introduction | 17 |

Сen | 37 |

Copyright | |

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