## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 65N. Zanichelli, 1978 - Nuclear physics |

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determining the change of total mass - energy of a black hole by the reversible capture of a test

determining the change of total mass - energy of a black hole by the reversible capture of a test

**particle**of angular momentum Po = dL and charge q = dQ by a black hole of mass M , angular momentum L and charge Q. The integration of ...Page 598

turning points ( perihelia ) for

turning points ( perihelia ) for

**particle**orbits with yo ( = Elu at infinity ) values smaller than unity , and thus allows for some deep purely tangential motion for astrophysical matter accreting on the black hole .Page 729

Let a nongravitating sphere with radius R , be in the infinite medium in which the

Let a nongravitating sphere with radius R , be in the infinite medium in which the

**particles**far from the sphere are characterized by the density and the velocity V .. The**particle**distribution along the directions of motion is assumed ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Why are the stars as they are? | 1 |

Krzeminskis StarCen | 5 |

The theory of degenerate configurations the limiting | 7 |

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