Nuclear physics of stars

@inproceedings{Iliadis2007NuclearPO,
  title={Nuclear physics of stars},
  author={Christian Iliadis},
  year={2007}
}
Preface. 1 Aspects of Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics. 1.1 History. 1.2 Nomenclature. 1.3 Solar System Abundances. 1.4 Astrophysical Aspects. 1.4.1 General Considerations. 1.4.2 Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram. 1.4.3 Stellar Evolution of Single Stars. 1.4.4 Binary Stars. 1.5 Masses, Binding Energies, Nuclear Reactions, and Related Topics. 1.5.1 Nuclear Mass and Binding Energy. 1.5.2 Energetics of Nuclear Reactions. 1.5.3 Atomic Mass and Mass Excess. 1.5.4 Number Abundance, Mass Fraction, and Mole… 
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