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The Luminosity function and stellar evolution
For studying Population II stars: Particularly, studies of globular clusters H-R diagrams, that suggest that most of the stars in a cluster are formed around the same time. Since for magnitudesExpand
Quantum Mechanics of One- and Two-Electron Atoms
One of the simplest, and most completely treated, fields of application of quantum mechanics is the theory of atoms with one or two electrons. For hydrogen and the analcgous ions He+, Li++, etc., theExpand
On the physics of dust grains in hot gas.
Charging of dust grains in hot (10/sup 4/--10/sup 9/ K) plasma is studied, including photoelectron and secondary electron emission, field emission, and transmission of electrons and ions through theExpand
Quantum Mechanics of One- And Two-Electron Atoms
One of the simplest, and most completely treated, fields of application of quantum mechanics is the theory of atoms with one or two electrons. For hydrogen and the analcgous ions He+, Li++, etc., theExpand
Destruction mechanisms for interstellar dust
Destruction rates are estimated for interstellar dust grains as a function of size and composition of the grains, and the type of region in which the grain is located. Several idealized models of theExpand
A Relativistic equation for bound state problems
The relativistic $S$-matrix formalism of Feynman is applied to the bound-state problem for two interacting Fermi-Dirac particles. The bound state is described by a wave function depending on separateExpand
The phase diagram and transport properties for hydrogen-helium fluid planets
Hydrogen and helium are the major constituents of Jupiter and Saturn, and phase transitions can have important effects on the planetary structure. In this paper, the relevant phase diagrams andExpand
The dynamics and helium distribution in hydrogen-helium fluid planets
The simple case of a homogeneous planet without first-order phase transitions is considered and an investigation is conducted concerning a pure hydrogen planet in which a first-order phase transitionExpand
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