The Chemical Composition of the Sun. Martin Asplund, Nicolas Grevesse, A.Jacques Sauval, and Pat Scott. citation 1467. Outline. The authors Observation and laboratory datas Spectrum method Meteorites method Helioseismology Method Solar Neutrinos Method Summary. The Authors.
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Martin Asplund, Nicolas Grevesse, A.Jacques Sauval, and Pat Scott
Prof. Martin Asplund
External Scientific Members in Max Planck
Institute for Astrophysics.
The Australian National University,
Astronomical and Space Sciences.
Frontier Technologies for Building
and Transforming Australian Industries
Asplund got his doctorate in 1997 at Uppsala
University with a thesis on variable stars. His
research primarily concerns the stars and their
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Dr. Nicolas Grevesse
Centre Spatial de Liège
Institut d'Astrophysique et de Géophysique
University of Liège, Liège, Belgium
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5 types: Ivuna, Orgueil, Alais, Tonk and Revelstoke.
Difference between the abundances determined the solar photosphere and the CI carbonaceous chondrites.
Li, C, N, and the noble gases fall outside the range of the figure.
The differences between the helioseismic and predicted sound speeds as a function of depth.
The base of the convection zone is at R = 0.71 R ⊙,
The better is worse.