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Planets, Stars and Stellar Systems pp Cite as. In this chapter the equations of stellar structure are introduced. Up-to-date descriptions of the most relevant microphysics needed to build reliable stellar configurations are also provided. These include the equation of state, nuclear reactions, opacities, and other less frequently discussed physical processes, such as diffusion and radiative levitation. The necessary numerical techniques currently employed to build evolutionary stellar models as well as the otherwise necessary boundary conditions needed to integrate the equations of stellar structure are also addressed.
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Pietrinferni, A. Pols, O. Raffelt, G. Rauscher, T. Richard, O. Ritossa, C. Rogers, F. Salpeter, E. Schatzman, E. Schwarzschild, K. Seaton, M. Segretain, L. Timmes, F. Traxler, A. Weaver, T. Weiss, A. Young, P. Personalised recommendations. Cite entry How to cite? ENW EndNote.
Edited by V. Gurzadyan, Jun Makino, G. Advances in Astronomy and Astrophysics is a series of books and monographs which aims to supply professionals and graduate students with the intellectual tools necessary for the appreciation of the present status of topics. The authors are at the forefront of current research, and provide a framework upon which future developments may be based. Rees, University of Cambridge, UK. This volume, faithfully reprinted here in its entirety, first appeared in the English and Russian editions in as an introduction to the rapidly developing field of relativistic astrophysics cosmology. Some of the classic concepts introduced in that first edition included:.