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By Arnold Sommerfeld, Edward G. Ramberg

Within the 3rd of a six-volume sequence, Sommerfeld provides a distillation of his lecture notes on electrodynamics.

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T (3) T e of the BD. This relation absorbs all of the detailed physics of radiative and convective heat transport in the atmosphere, cloud formation, various opacity plasma phase transitions. luminosity section v s . time is that opacities and relation the sources, and, as we shall Equation such variations cloud formation (3) as eq. (2). in relation are much discuss, is coupled with e q . Our principal (3) due more point to different pronounced interior (1) to obtain than in a this atmospheric the variations attributable to a plasma phase transition.

Our principal (3) due more point to different pronounced interior (1) to obtain than in a this atmospheric the variations attributable to a plasma phase transition. Figures 2 and 3 show T gas o p a c i t i e s , begins for T throughout e vs. T 1 Q and cloud m o d e l s . relations for various g r a v i t i e s , background Note that the sensitivity to cloud models < 2500 K, while the sensitivity to overall opacity is substantial the approximate e interval range of plotted. surface massive BD's having g = 3 χ 1 0 The gravities 5 gravity for range B D ' s , with corresponds the coolest to and the most cm/s .

I urn phase separation which would accompany a plasma phase transition, but no quantitative predictions of the behavior of such a binary mixture been m a d e . ) m/M log ρ (g/cm°) FIGURE 6 A model pressure-density profile for Jupiter (solid c u r v e ) , compared isentropes with and without a plasma phase transition (crosses). Dots fractional mass at each point along the model profile. 4. with show CONCLUSIONS Several largely studies neutral, have predicted strongly-coupled ionized hydrogen fluid.

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