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Keldysh Institute preprints, 2007, 048, 13 pages (Mi ipmp503)  

The Sun model leading to the arising of a magnetic field

V. M. Chechetkin, A. A. Roslyakov, V. M. Suslin, N. N. Fimin, A. L. Sudarikov


Abstract: The model of the Sun in view of barotropic effects and effects of rotation is considered, which leads to occurrence of a seed magnetic field (due to division of charges in the multicomponent media) and to the further increase of this field up to macroscopic (observable) quantities.

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Citation: V. M. Chechetkin, A. A. Roslyakov, V. M. Suslin, N. N. Fimin, A. L. Sudarikov, “The Sun model leading to the arising of a magnetic field”, Keldysh Institute preprints, 2007, 048, 13 pp.

Citation in format AMSBIB
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\by V.~M.~Chechetkin, A.~A.~Roslyakov, V.~M.~Suslin, N.~N.~Fimin, A.~L.~Sudarikov
\paper The Sun model leading to the arising of a magnetic field
\jour Keldysh Institute preprints
\yr 2007
\papernumber 048
\totalpages 13
\mathnet{http://mi.mathnet.ru/ipmp503}


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