The age of the Sun and the relativistic corrections in the EOS

@inproceedings{ABonanno2002TheAO,
  title={The age of the Sun and the relativistic corrections in the EOS},
  author={A.Bonanno and H.Schlattl and L.Paterno'},
  year={2002}
}
. We show that the inclusion of special relativistic corrections in the revised OPAL and MHD equations of state has a significant impact on the helioseismic determination of the solar age. Models with relativistic corrections included lead to a reduction of about 0 . 05 − 0 . 08 Gyr with respect to those obtained with the old OPAL or MHD EOS. Our best-fit value is t seis = (4 . 57 ± 0 . 11) Gyr which is in remarkably good agreement with the meteoritic value for the solar age. We argue that the… 

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