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On the Perturbation Technique for the Influence of Magnetic Field on Stellar Oscillations

  • S.V. Vorontsov (a1)

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The modification of the Rayleigh’s principle is developed for the determination of the perturbations of the eigenfrequencies due to a weak magnetic field. The perturbational procedure is outlined, including its generalization for a slowly rotating magnetic star.

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On the Perturbation Technique for the Influence of Magnetic Field on Stellar Oscillations

  • S.V. Vorontsov (a1)

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