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The star mass spectrum (.5.1) shows that the ratio A/Z must be ≈ 5 for the Sum. It is in accordance with the calculated frequency of solar core oscillations if the averaged charge of nuclei Z ≈ 3.4. It is not a confusing conclusion, because the plasma electron gas prevents the decay of β-active nuclei (see Sec.10). This mechanism can probably to stabilize neutron-excess nuclei. 9.4 The low frequency oscillation of the density of a neutral plasma Hot plasma has the density n ⋆ at its equilibrium state. The local deviations from this state induce processes of density oscillation since plasma tends to return to its steady-state density. If we consider small periodic oscillations of core radius R = R + u R · sin ω n⋆ t, (9.19) where a radial displacement of plasma particles is small (u R process of plasma density can be described by the equation ≪ R), the oscillation Taking into account and From this we obtain dE dR = M ¨R . (9.20) dE dR = dE plasma dn e dn e dR (9.21) 3 e 3 a 3/2 8 π3/2 0 n ⋆ N e (kT) 1/2 R = 2 Mω2 n ⋆ (9.22) and finally ωn 2 ⋆ = 3 ( ) e 2 3/2 π kT Z 3 (9.23) 1/2 a BkT R 2 A/Zm p ω n⋆ = { [ ] } 2 8 π 1/2 1/2 Gmp A 3 5 10 1/2 α3/2 a 3 B Z Z4.5 , (9.24) where α = e2 is the fine structure constant. These low frequency oscillations of neutral c plasma density are similar to phonons in solid bodies. At that oscillations with multiple frequencies kω n⋆ can exist. Their power is proportional to 1/κ, as the occupancy these levels in energy spectrum must be reversely proportional to their energy kω n⋆ . As result, low frequency oscillations of plasma density constitute set of vibrations ∑ κ=1 1 κ sin(κωn⋆ t) . (9.25) 73

9.5 The spectrum of solar core oscillations The set of the low frequency oscillations with ω η can be induced by sound oscillations with Ω s. At that, displacements obtain the spectrum: u R ∼ sin Ω st · ∑ κ=0 1 κ sin κωn⋆ t· ∼ ξ sin Ω st + ∑ 1 κ sin (Ωs ± κωn⋆ )t, (9.26) κ=1 where ξ is a coefficient ≈ 1. This spectrum is shown in Fig.(9.2). The central frequency of experimentally measured distribution of solar oscillations is approximately equal to (Fig.(9.1)) F ⊙ ≈ 3.23 mHz (9.27) and the experimentally measured frequency splitting in this spectrum is approximately equal to f ⊙ ≈ 68 µHz. (9.28) A good agreement of the calculated frequencies of basic modes of oscillations (from Eq.(9.18) and Eq.(8.4)) with measurement can be obtained at Z = 3.4 and A/Z = 5: F = Ωs Z=3.4; A Z =5 2π = 3.24 mHz; f = ωn⋆ Z=3.4; A Z =5 2π = 68.1 µHz. (9.29) 74

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