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By H J Beentje

Ready on the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in shut collaboration with the East African Herbarium and in liaison with the collage of Dar es Salaam, the collage of Nairobi and the Makerere collage, this sequence is designed to the top educational criteria and is an invaluable reference for somebody eager about the id and usage of vegetation in japanese Africa. each one family members is released as a separate half.

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The second term arises from the correction to the metric resulting from the potential and the 'dragging' of the metric due to internal motion. The first two terms on the right are just what one would expect in the Newtonian limit while the next term can be related to the total internal energy. 32 1 2 The Virial Theorem in Stellar Astrophysics This term contains a relativistic correction resulting directly from the change in metric due to the presence of matter. The remaining terms are all energy like and the first two (W and <Φ>) represent relativistic corrections arising from the change in the potential caused by the metric modification by the potential itself.

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As particles approach the velocity of light the kinetic energy increases without bound. One may interpret this as resulting from an unbounded increase of the particle's mass. This increase will also affect the gravitational potential energy, but the effect is quadratic. Thus we might expect in a relativistic system that a potential energy less than 2T would be required to maintain equilibrium. "14 This is indeed the case and is the asymptotic limit represented by a photon gas or polytrope of index n = 3 (see Collins32).

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