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Radiative properties of stellar envelopes: Comparison of asteroseismic results to opacity calculations and measurements for iron and nickel

C. Blancard
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M. Busquet
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T. Caillaud
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P. Cossé
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G. Faussurier
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F. Gilleron
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J. Guzik
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J.W. Harris
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J.C. Pain
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C. Reverdin
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V. Silvert
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B. Villette
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Abstract

The international OPAC consortium consists of astrophysicists, plasma physicists and experimentalists who examine opacity calculations used in stellar physics that appear questionable and perform new calculations and laser experiments to understand the differences and improve the calculations. We report on iron and nickel opacities for envelopes of stars from 2 to and deliver our first conclusions concerning the reliability of the used calculations by illustrating the importance of the configuration interaction and of the completeness of the calculations for temperatures around 15–27 eV.

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hal-02524629 , version 1 (30-03-2020)

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S. Turck-Chièze, D. Gilles, M. Le Pennec, T. Blenski, F. Thais, et al.. Radiative properties of stellar envelopes: Comparison of asteroseismic results to opacity calculations and measurements for iron and nickel. High Energy Density Physics, 2013, 9 (3), pp.473-479. ⟨10.1016/j.hedp.2013.04.004⟩. ⟨hal-02524629⟩
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