## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 65N. Zanichelli, 1978 - Nuclear physics |

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If one takes the surface

If one takes the surface

**integral**for the angular momentum on the real good cone at the origin of Hr and obtains an Mab about that point , the angular momentum M'at about any other real , good cone ra is related to Mab by ( 28 ) M'at ...Page 666

14 is the

14 is the

**integral**of all positive charges over the star : net charge is zero . The positive charge is concentrated near the center of the star , in a complex manner . The charge greatly varies from zone to zone , but , in general ...Page 730

The particle trajectory equation can be easily found by using the motion

The particle trajectory equation can be easily found by using the motion

**integrals**: the energy conservation law GMm m ( V ; + V ) mV 2 R and the angular - momentum conservation law mVR = mV , 8 . Since V , = dR / dt and V. = ( d0 / dt ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Why are the stars as they are? | 1 |

Krzeminskis StarCen | 5 |

The theory of degenerate configurations the limiting | 7 |

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