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by Bernard E. J. Pagel

  • Author: Bernard E. J. Pagel
  • ISBN: 0521550610
  • ISBN13: 978-0521550611
  • ePub: 1734 kb | FB2: 1919 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Astronomy & Space Science
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1st Ed edition (October 13, 1997)
  • Pages: 392
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Nucleosynthesis and Chemical Evolution of Galaxies ePub download

By Bernard E. J. Pagel.

This textbook, by a pioneer in the field, forms a lucid, comprehensive introduction to the interdisciplinary subject of galactic chemical evolution. By Bernard E.

Covering many exciting topics in astrophysics and cosmology, this textbook, written by a pioneer of the field, provides a lucid and wide-ranging introduction to the interdisciplinary subject of galactic chemical evolution

The chemical case for no winds in dwarf irregular galaxies.

The chemical case for no winds in dwarf irregular galaxies. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 434, Issue. For its stated purpose as a text book for graduate students, it is excellent. C. R. Kitchin Source: Astronomy Now. 'Each topic is explained from the ground up, giving the reader all the information needed to proceed further. The book manages to present (without losing scientific rigour) one of the most fascinating subjects of modern astrophysics. Cesare Chiosi Source: Nature.

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Pagel, Nucleosynthesis and Chemical Evolution of Galaxies, 1997, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0 521 55958 8. Pagel’s book (referred to as Pagel hereafter) covers all the topics in these notes, although it puts more emphasis on galactic chemical evolution and somewhat less on the (stellar) nucleosynthesis processes than we do. A good supplement is the older but still excellent book by Donald Clayton:, . Clayton, Principles of Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis, 1968, University of Chicago Press, ISBN 0 226 10953 4. (Clayton).

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Nucleosynthesis and Chemical Evolution of Galaxies. Pagel, Bernard E. Quantity in stock: 1. € 7. 4. FREE delivery worldwide! Description for Nucleosynthesis and Chemical Evolution of Galaxies Hardcover. Num Pages: 484 pages, ill. BIC Classification: PGM; PHVB.

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A general outline of galactic chemical evolution is given and several recent results are discussed under the context of galaxy formation and evolution.

Speakers at the RAS discussion meeting of January 2003 combined theory and observation in understanding these fields. Stelios A Tsangarides, Enrico Arnone and Sean G Ryan report. A general outline of galactic chemical evolution is given and several recent results are discussed under the context of galaxy formation and evolution. The Evolution of Chemical Abundances and Stellar Populations.

The distribution of elements in the cosmos, a result of the many processes in the Universe's history, provides a means for studying the Big Bang, the density of baryonic matter, nucleosynthesis, and the formation and evolution of stars and galaxies. This textbook, by a pioneer in the field, forms a lucid, comprehensive introduction to the interdisciplinary subject of galactic chemical evolution. The author carefully explains a broad spectrum of exciting astrophysics, from thermonuclear reactions, abundance measurements in astronomical sources, cosmological element production, stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis, to light element production by cosmic rays and the effects of galactic processes on the evolution of the elements. The reader is then equipped to develop an intuitive and analytical understanding of results from numerical models and real observations. Simple, elegant derivations for key results are provided throughout, together with problems and helpful solution hints. This long-awaited textbook provides a comprehensive introduction to the broad subject of galactic chemical evolution for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, and an invaluable overview for researchers.
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