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The Virial Theorem in Stellar Astrophysics

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The Virial Theorem in Stellar Astrophysics
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Publisher: Pachart Pub. House
ISBN/ASIN: 0912918136
ISBN-13: 9780912918136
Number of pages: 135

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The virial theorem is extremely powerful in understanding problems of stellar astrophysics, but it is also poorly understood by many who study the subject. The author has not prepared here a complete and exhaustive discussion of the virial theorem; rather this effort should be viewed as a guided introduction, punctuated by a few examples.

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