By Jean Audouze (auth.), Jean Audouze (eds.)

On behalf of the IAU fee forty eight "High strength Astrophysics" a different consultation on "CNO Isotopes in Astrophysics" was once held on the common meeting of IAU in Grenoble on August 30, 1976. This subject used to be selected because it has lately integrated many fascinating advancements in a variety of domain names of physics and astrophysics akin to for example meteoritical experiences, radioastronomy measurements of the interstellar fuel, new determinations of nuclear reactions cross-sections and fractionation strategies. The papers of this quantity are the written models of the talks that have been offered in this consultation and canopy the newest observations and theoretical advancements re­ garding this fast-growing box. allow me thank first Professor Martin Rees (Institute of Astronomy at Cambridge) the chairman of IAU fee forty eight, who has subsidized this particular consultation and made it attainable. i'm indebted to the authors of the papers for his or her contributions and the entire paintings they've got installed the wonderful presentation of the fabric. lowe certain because of Professor William A. Fowler (Kellogg Laboratory at Cal tech) who has beautifully chaired this consultation and made it very intriguing and vigorous, to Professor Beatrice M. Tinsley (Yale college) who accep­ ted the tough activity to finish and sGmmarize on this type of burning and relocating subject, and to Dr James Lequeux for his worthwhile assist in the version of numerous contributions. ultimately, the variation of this e-book do not have been attainable with­ out the expert and beneficiant reduction of pass over Jeannette Caro.

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