By Marshal H. Wrubel, H. C. Arp, G. R. Burbidge, E. Margaret Burbidge, Hans E. Suess, Harold C. Urey, Lawrence H. Aller, P. Ledoux, Th. Walraven, Armin J. Deutsch, E. Schatzman, Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, F. Zwicky
Sects. 12, thirteen. 89 series and that subgiant and fainter stars in globular clusters have ultraviolet excesses. whilst facing stars whose actual homes are imperfectly below stood, reminiscent of in globular cluster stars, we can't count too seriously at the empiri cal calibration through the categories of stars used to outline Fig. five, to figure out their actual, unreddened U-B, B-V curve. but when by means of a mix of arguments, largely the reddening within the quarter of the celebs we do identified approximately, we will be able to assign a pretty possible unreddened U-B, B-V curve to a gaggle of stars approximately which we all know little, the argument will be rotated. subsequently a few info could be received in regards to the strength envelope of the celebs via studying the variations among the traditional two-color index curves for the unknown team of stars in comparison to the identified. often there appear to be attainable explanations for various stars defining diverse general sequences within the U-B, B-V aircraft. One, the relative power distribution within the continuum within the U, B and V photometry bands are diversified. An instance of this can be the impression of the Balmer melancholy in supergiants. This, after all, calls for deviation from black physique radiation curves for one or either teams of stars. This reason appears to be like the dominant impression for terribly blue, sizzling stars the place the melancholy of the continuum through absorption strains is at a minimum.
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4) sun 3(y-1)R(')LC;' Assuming y = t, we find a time scale of the order of 10 7 years; far too short to fit the geological evidence of several billion years. 24. -The proton-proton chain and the carbon-nitrogen cycle. 1) E =mc2 , provides by far the largest fraction of the energy radiated by a star during its existence. 03 % greater than at present. The nuclear time scale is therefore not inconsistent with the geological evidence. The destruction of mass can occur only in certain types of reactions.
Pulsation. For a discussion of pulsation see the article by P. LEDOUX and TH. WALRAVEN in this volume, p. 353. I t is pertinent to note here that studies of pulsation usually begin with the properties of equilibrium models. Unfortunately, models for stars in the region of the H -R diagram where pulsation occurs are still quite uncertain. C. Particular solutions. I. Preliminary results. 33. The Vogt-Russell theorem. This theorem states that the entire structure of a star in equilibrium is uniquely determined by the distribution of chemical composition and the total mass, provided the equation of state, the opacity and the energy production are functions only of the local physical variables and the composition.
9-10. 5 E. M. BURBIDGE, G. R. BURBIDGE, W. A. FOWLER and F. HOYLE: Rev. Mod. Phys. 29, 547 (1957). 6 R. G. THOMAS: Phys. Rev. 88, 1109 (1952). Cross sections for hydrogen-burning reactions. Sect. 26. 369 Mev level of N13 to stellar energies. The earlier measurements have been substantiated by very accurate measurements of low energy cross sections by LAMB and HESTER 1. 2) kev barns (26·3) in the center of mass system. BOSMAN-CRESPIN et al. 017 Ti) kev ± 17%. 945 Mev. 5 min. 720 Mev. 06 Mev level of N14.