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Bohm-Vitense E. — Introduction to Stellar Astrophysics: Volume 3
Bohm-Vitense E. — Introduction to Stellar Astrophysics: Volume 3



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Название: Introduction to Stellar Astrophysics: Volume 3

Автор: Bohm-Vitense E.

Аннотация:

This book is the final one in a series of three texts which together provide a modern, complete and authoritative account of our present knowledge of the stars. It discusses the internal structure and the evolution of stars, and is completely self-contained. There is an emphasis on the basic physics governing stellar structure and the basic ideas on which our understanding of stellar structure is based. The book also provides a comprehensive discussion of stellar evolution. Careful comparison is made between theory and observation, and the author has thus provided a lucid and balanced introductory text for the student. As for volumes 1 and 2, volume 3 is self-contained and can be used as an independent textbook. The author has not only taught but has also published many original papers in this subject. Her clear and readable style should make this text a first choice for undergraduate and beginning graduate students taking courses in astronomy and particularly in stellar astrophysics.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1992

Количество страниц: 285

Добавлена в каталог: 11.02.2014

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Absorption coefficient, bound-free      42 45
Absorption coefficient, definition      14
Absorption coefficient, free-free      43
Absorption coefficient, lines      49
Adiabats      55 56
Ages, meteorites      86
Ages, star clusters      102
Angular radius      14
Asymptotic giant branch      9 10 189
Birth line      263
Black body      14
Black holes      221
Blue loops      198 199
Bolometric corrections      12 13
boundary conditions      108
Buoyancy force      65
Carbon flash      203
Centrifugal forces      23
Cepheid instability strip      199 228 237
Cepheid mass problem      238
Cepheid masses, Baade — Wesselink masses      240
Cepheid masses, beat masses      243
Cepheid masses, bump masses      242
Cepheid masses, dynamical      243
Cepheid masses, evolutionary      239
Cepheid masses, pulsational      239 240
Cepheids      231ff
Cepheids, adiabatic pulsations      229ff
Cepheids, eigenfunctions of homogeneous stars      225
Cepheids, eigenfunctions of polytropes      226
Cepheids, excitation by kappa mechanism      232
Cepheids, excitation by nuclear reactions      235
Cepheids, excitation of pulsations      232
Cepheids, interior structure      227
Cepheids, non-adiabatic pulsations      233
Cepheids, observations      231
Cepheids, period-luminosity relation      238 239
Cepheids, pulsation amplitude      236
Cepheids, restoring force      224
Chemical composition of stars      20
Clump stars      187
Colors      2
Contraction times      29
Contraction, adiabatic      249
Contraction, gravitational      29
Contraction, non-adiabatic      251
Convection      51ff
Convection zone, depth      79ff
Convection zone, interior      74 75
Convection, characteristic length      66ff
Convection, energy exchange      69 73 74
Convection, energy transport      51ff
Convection, influence on luminosity      131
Convection, influence on radius      131
Convection, instability      51ff
Convection, mixing length      66
Convection, mixing length theory      64
Convection, overshoot      76ff
Convection, reasons for instability      59
Convection, temperature fluctuations      66
Convection, velocities      66
Coulomb forces      89
Crab Nebula      220
Degeneracy      182ff
Degeneracy, non-relativistic      177ff
Degeneracy, relativistic      185
Diffusion of photons      30 31
Diffusion times      31
Diffusion, radiative      163
Distance modulus      4
Doppler shift      15
Effective temperature      13ff
Eigenfrequencies of Cepheids      225 226
Eigenfrequencies of rope      223
Electron scattering      48
Element abundances, B0 IV star interior      159
Element abundances, solar interior      159
Element production      97 98
Energy distribution, M giant      12
Energy distribution, Sun      2 11
Energy distribution, Vega      2
Energy generation      35 86ff 98ff
Energy generation, carbon-nitrogen cycle      95
Energy generation, proton-proton chain      93ff
Energy generation, triple-alpha reaction      96 97
Energy level diagrams      42 43
Energy source, chemical      87
Energy source, gravitational      87
Energy source, nuclear      87ff
Energy transport, convective      61ff
Energy transport, radiative      35ff 266ff
Energy, gravitational      28ff
Energy, gravitational, release      128 153
Energy, kinetic      26
Energy, photon      44
Energy, thermal      26
Equation of state, degenerate      185
Equation of state, ideal gas      25 26 108
Equilibrium abundances      100
Evolution, dependence on heavy element abundances      199
Evolution, dependence on mass      198 199
Evolution, dependence on mixing      200 201
Evolution, giant branch      197
Evolution, interstellar cloud      253ff
Evolution, low mass stars      172ff
Evolution, massive stars      197ff
Evolution, planetary nebulae      195 196
Evolution, population II      190
Evolution, red giant branch      176 177
Evolution, subgiant branch      172ff
Excitation energy      44
Expansion, adiabatic and non-adiabatic      251
Expansion, planetary nebulae      192
Fermi momentum      179
Gamow peak      94
Hayashi line      132ff
Hayashi line, dependence on heavy element abundances      134 137
Hayashi line, dependence on mass      134 135
Hayashi track      262 263
Heat conduction      39 40
Heat conduction coefficient      39
Heavy element generation      203ff
Helium flash      186
Homologous stars      113ff
Homologous stars, contracting      126
Homologous stars, dependence on atomic weight      117ff
Homologous stars, dependence on heavy element abundances      121
Homologous stars, radiative equilibrium      113ff
Horizontal branch      9 10
Horizontal branch, stellar evolution      189
Hydrostatic equilibrium      21ff
Interstellar clouds, cooling      251ff
Interstellar clouds, equilibrium      249
Interstellar clouds, fragmentation      257ff
Interstellar clouds, fragmentation limits      260 261
Interstellar clouds, gravitational contraction      253
Interstellar clouds, heating      251ff
Interstellar reddening      3
Ionization energy      44
Isochrones      215
Jeans criterion for gravitational instability      246
Jeans mass      247
Kappa mountain      232
Kelvin — Helmholtz time      30
Lithium abundances      84
Lithium diffusion      85
Luminosities      11 13ff
Magnetic forces      23
Magnitudes, absolute      3
Magnitudes, apparent      1
Magnitudes, bolometric      12
Main sequence, helium stars      122
Main sequence, hydrogen stars      5 7 9
Main sequence, population II stars      124 125
Mass limit, neutron stars      211
Mass limit, white dwarfs      210
Mass-luminosity relation, empirical      16 17
Mass-luminosity relation, theoretical      18 19 115 118 122
Mass-radius relation, degenerate, nonrelativistic      208
Masses of stars      14ff
Mean free path      31 37
Model calculation      141ff
Model calculation, Henyey's method      142ff
Model calculation, Schwarzschild's method      141
Model, B0 IV star      165
Model, evolved main sequence A0 star      171
Model, present sun      157
Model, zero age A0 star      170
Model, zero age B0 star      164
Model, zero age sun      156
Neutrino problem, solar      158ff
Neutron stars      211
Neutron stars, density      211
Nuclear force      90
Opacities      42ff
Opacities, Cox Tabor      46
Opacities, Kramers'      48ff
Optical depth, definition      14
Parsec, definition      4
Pauli principle      177
Peculiar A stars      170
Pendulum excitation      229
Pendulum oscillations      228
Penetration probability      92
Planck function      14 36 44 45
Planetary nebulae      192ff
Polytropes      225 226
Pressure gradient      107
Pressure scale height      56
Pressure, radiation      108
Protostars      256 264
Pulsars      220
Pulsating stars      222ff
Radiative equilibrium      35
Reaction probability      93
Reaction times      95 96
Red giants      9
Rosseland mean absorption coefficient      44
Rosseland weighting function      14 44 271
Saha equation      79
Schroedinger equation      90
Schwarzschild criterion for convective instability      51 52 53
Semiconvection      168
Sirius B      218
Specific heat      54
Spectral classification      18 19
Star clusters, ages      102
Star clusters, globular clusters      8ff 191 213ff
Star clusters, open clusters      5ff 104
Star clusters, young populous      246
Star formation      245ff
Stefan — Boltzmann law      14
Stellar evolution      151ff
Stellar evolution, reason for      151
Structure equations      107 108
Structure equations, dimensionless      109
Supergiants      7
Supernova 1987A      220
Supernovae, type I      220
Supernovae, type II      203 204
Surface flux      14
Temperature gradient with convection      71
Temperature gradient, adiabatic      53ff
Temperature gradient, radiative      37 57 58 107
Temperature, central      25
Temperature, effective      13ff
Thermal equilibrium      32
Tunnel effect      89ff
Virial theorem      25
Wave function      90
White dwarfs      206ff
White dwarfs, cooling sequences      210
White dwarfs, cooling times      210
White dwarfs, masses      210 218 219
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