Stellar clusters and associations: convection, rotation, and dynamos : proceedings of a meeting held in Mondello, Palermo, Italy, 25-28 May 1999
Roberto Pallavicini, Giuseppina Micela, Salvatore Sciortino
Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2000 - Science - 574 pages
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effects on surface abundances
Convection and light element evolution from premain sequence
Evidences of mixing processes in stellar interiors
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