A study of the effect of relativity change of the mass of electrons with velocity on the MR relations for a cold spherical body.
Abstract
An attempt is made to discuss the basic concept of the effect of the relativistic change in the mass of moving electrons in the elementary theory of pressure ionization. The significance of relativistic corrections is considered. Analytical expressions are obtained for the mean molecular weight, density, and massradius relations for cold spherical bodies in static equilibrium and consisting of iron, nickel, and yttrium. It is suggested that the relativistic corrections are negligible if the electron densities in the interior regions are small (e.g., 10 to the 18th to 10 to the 27th per cu cm) but that these corrections cannot be neglected for larger electron densities (i.e., 10 to the 30th to 10 to the 34th per cu cm).
 Publication:

Astrofizika
 Pub Date:
 January 1979
 Bibcode:
 1979Afz....15..179S
 Keywords:

 Astrophysics;
 High Energy Electrons;
 Metallic Stars;
 Particle Mass;
 Relativistic Particles;
 Electron Density (Concentration);
 Iron;
 Nickel;
 Radii;
 Stellar Mass;
 Yttrium;
 Astrophysics;
 Theoretical Astrophysics;
 Nucleosynthesis;
 Neutrino Astronomy