The maximum effect of convection in stellar atmospheres on the observed properties of stellar spectra
In spite of many attempts to solve the problem of convection in stellar atmospheres our present knowledge of its effects on the structure of the outer layers of stars is still inadequate. The observations of solar granulation and theoretical investigations show clearly that there is an unstable zone in stellar atmospheres, in which the transfer of energy is partly due to radiation and partly to convection and in which therefore the actual temperature gradient has a value intermediate between...[Show more]
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