Solar Neutrinos: The First Thirty Years

Download Solar Neutrinos: The First Thirty Years written by Raymond Davis, Jr. John N. Bahcall, Peter Parker, Alexei Smirnov, Roger Ulrich in PDF format. This book is under the category Physics and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 813340373/9780813340371. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Raymond Davis, Jr. John N. Bahcall, Peter Parker, Alexei Smirnov, Roger Ulrich


CRC Press




492 pages









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Solar Neutrinos: The First Thirty Years (PDF) presents a number of evolutionary sequences of models for the solar interior has been computed; corresponding to variations in input data; to get some idea of the uncertainties included in predicting a solar neutrino flux. It is concluded that the neutrino flux can be estimated to within a factor of 2; the chief uncertainty being the initial homogeneous solar composition; detailed results are given. With a preferred value of the heavy-element-to-hydrogen ratio Z/X = 0.028; the helium content required to fit a model to the observed solar luminosity is found to be Y = 0.27.

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