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VOLUME 26 | ISSUE 3 | PAGE 178
Neutrino mechanism of thermonuclear burning of carbon, formation of neutrino stars, and supernova outbursts
Allowance for the neutrino energy transport in explosions of carbon nuclei of stars leads, at densities 3Xl09<pc< 8.4 χ 109g/cm3, to an expansion with kinetic energy up to 1051 erg (supernova of type II), and leads at pc> 8.4xl09g/cm3 to the production of neutron stars with Μ~1.4ΜΘ and to the envelope destruction typical of supernovas of type I.




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