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Title: Using solar oscillations to constrain the equation of state and low-temperature opacities
Authors: Guzik, J. A
Cox, A. N
Swenson, F. J
Keywords: Sun: oscillations;Sun: interior;Sun: diffusion;Sun: evolution
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: Astronomical Society of India
Citation: BASI, Vol.24 No. 2 pp. 161-170
Abstract: Because thousands of solar p-mode oscillation frequencies have been measured to high accuracy, direct comparisons between calculated and observed frequencies are an excellent means of testing solar interior physics. Here we compare observed and calculated nonadiabatic frequencies of solar models that include diffusive settling of helium and heavier elements. We consider the effects of low-temperature opacities, equation of state, and a nonequilibrium radiation diffusion treatment on solar structure and oscillations
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/1804
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