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Energy density. From the observed flux of energy carried by the cosmic rays (~ 10
~2 erg per square centimetre per second) the energy density of cosmic rays in
nearby interstellar space can be calculated to be about 10~12 erg per cubic ...
As solar energy is provided by nuclear reactions, a copious flux of neutrinos must
be steadily emitted by the Sun. ... 5 X 10"26 erg/cm3-sec required to maintain the
galactic cosmic-ray Possible sources of very high energy cosmic rays density.
(D) Flux growth; growth is produced by gradually lowering the temperature of the
molten salt solvent. ... Growth by means of solid-solid transformation is difficult to
control because the density of sites (nuclei) for growth in a solid is so high that ...
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