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The proportionality constant is known as a mass transfer coefficient, which is
nearly always a function of the molecular diffu- sivity of the solute. In this section
the concepts of mass transfer coefficient and concentration driving force are
However, the basic result, that the massive stars are considerably rarer than the
low-mass ones like the sun, is unchanged by this detail. The details of the origin
of the mass function are, presently, unknown. Qualitatively, it is attributed to a ...
Because some WR stars are binaries, we have some idea of their masses. Their
masses range from as low as 7AfQ (for HD 94546) to upward of 50A/G (for HDE
311884). For a few eclipsing systems, such as CQ Cephei and GP Cephei, the ...
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Seismology Observational 17 Stochastic Description
Seismology Theoretical 47 Solar Chimneys
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