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Seismic Solar Models and the Neutrino Problem

  • M. Takata (a1) and H. Shibahashi (a1)

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We determine the structure of the solar radiative zone with the imposition of the sound speed profile and the depth of the convection zone obtained from helioseismic analysis. We discuss the neutrino fluxes and capture rates using the resultant seismic solar model. We find that the seismic solar model cannot resolve the solar neutrino problem. The hydrogen and helium profiles of the Sun are obtained as a part of the solutions. We find that hydrogen is reduced in the core as expected in the theory of stellar evolution.

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Seismic Solar Models and the Neutrino Problem

  • M. Takata (a1) and H. Shibahashi (a1)

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