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Book Boris V. Vasiliev Astrophysics

11.1 The atomic substance 11.1.1 Small bodies Small celestial bodies - asteroids and satellites of planets - are usually considered as bodies consisting from atomic matter. 11.1.2 Giants The transformation of atomic matter into plasma can be induced by action of high pressure, high temperature or both these factors. If these factors inside a body are not high enough, atomic substance can transform into gas state. The characteristic property of this celestial body is absence of electric polarization inside it. If temperature of a body is below ionization temperature of atomic substance but higher than its evaporation temperature, the equilibrium equation comes to − dP dr = Gγ r 2 Mr ≈ P R ≈ γ m p kT R . (11.1) Thus, the radius of the body R ≈ GMmp . kT (11.2) If its mass M ≈ 10 33 g and temperature at its center T ≈ 10 5 K, its radius is R ≈ 10 2 R ⊙. These proporties are characteristic for giants, where pressure at center is about P ≈ 10 10 din/cm 2 and it is not enough for substance ionization. 11.2 Plasmas 11.2.1 The non-relativistic non-degenerate plasma. Stars. Characteristic properties of hot stars consisting of non-relativistic non-degenerate plasma was considered above in detail. Its EOS is ideal gas equation. 11.2.2 Non-relativistic degenerate plasma. Planets. At cores of large planets, pressures are large enough to transform their substance into plasma. As temperatures are not very high here, it can be supposed, that this plasma can degenerate: T

It opens a way to estimate the mass of this body: M ≈ M Ch ( mc ) 3/2 ( γ m p ) 1/2 6 3/2 9π 4(A/Z) 5/2 (11.5) At density about γ ≈ 1 g/cm 3 , which is characteristic for large planets, we obtain their masses M ≈ 10 −3 M Ch 4 · 1030 ≈ g (11.6) (A/Z) 5/2 (A/Z) 5/2 Thus, if we suppose that large planets consist of hydrogen (A/Z=1), their masses must not be over 4 · 10 30 g. It is in agreement with the Jupiter’s mass, the biggest planet of the Sun system. 11.2.3 The cold relativistic substance The ratio between the main parameters of hot stars was calculated with the using of the virial theorem in the chapter [5]. It allowed us to obtain the potential energy of a star, consisting of a non-relativistic non-degenerate plasma at equilibrium conditions. This energy was obtained with taking into account the gravitational and electrical energy contribution. Because this result does not depend on temperature and plasma density, we can assume that the obtained expression of the potential energy of a star is applicable to the description of stars, consisting of a degenerate plasma. At least obtained expression Eq.(5.13) should be correct in this case by order of magnitude. Thus, in view of Eq.(4.20) and Eq.(5.36), the potential energy of the cold stars on the order of magnitude: E potential ≈ − GM2 Ch R 0 . (11.7) A relativistic degenerate electron-nuclear plasma. Dwarfs It is characteristic for a degenerate relativistic plasma that the electron subsystem is relativistic, while the nuclear subsystem can be quite a non-relativistic, and the main contribution to the kinetic energy os star gives its relativistic electron gas. Its energy was obtained above (Eq.(10.4)). The application of the virial theorem gives the equation describing the existence of equilibrium in a star consisting of cold relativistic plasma: [ξ(2ξ 2 + 1) √ ξ 2 + 1 − Arcsinh(ξ) − 8 3 ξ3 ] ≈ ξ, (11.8) This equation has a solution ξ ≈ 1. (11.9) The star, consisting of a relativistic non-degenerate plasma, in accordance with Eq.((10.2)), must have an electronic density n e ≈ 5 · 10 29 cm −3 (11.10) 86

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