## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 25N. Zanichelli, 1953 - Nuclear physics |

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the intersection points of a horizontal line through y(B) with the

curve. The value of the magnetic field where the horizontal line is tangent to the X

-curve defines the critical magnetic field B, for this pressure and radius.

the intersection points of a horizontal line through y(B) with the

**corresponding**&-curve. The value of the magnetic field where the horizontal line is tangent to the X

-curve defines the critical magnetic field B, for this pressure and radius.

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(18) can be satisfied in three distinct ways, each

contribution from one of the three terms: 1) if G > 0, there can be gravitationally

driven modes; 2) if p is peaked near the point F= 0, and if we can have F"|F - 0 at

this ...

(18) can be satisfied in three distinct ways, each

**corresponding**to a negativecontribution from one of the three terms: 1) if G > 0, there can be gravitationally

driven modes; 2) if p is peaked near the point F= 0, and if we can have F"|F - 0 at

this ...

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(1) shows the appearance of two boundary layers,

boundary conditions (e.g. y(–1) = y(1) = 1). In our example one of them is absent,

having chosen the left boundary condition to fit the fundamental solution yo–0.

(1) shows the appearance of two boundary layers,

**corresponding**to the twoboundary conditions (e.g. y(–1) = y(1) = 1). In our example one of them is absent,

having chosen the left boundary condition to fit the fundamental solution yo–0.

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### Contents

LEZIONI | 1 |

carrier mass | 159 |

hydrodynamique au voisinage dun axe magnétique | 214 |

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