Early scientific activities of John Paul Cox

  • Charles A. Whitney
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 274)


Helium Ionization Astrophysical Journal Pulsational Instability Neutral Helium Classical Cepheid 
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Selected References

  1. John Cox 1955 “The Pulsational Stability of Models of Red Giant Stars,” Astrophys J., 122, 286.Google Scholar
  2. John Cox 1958a “Non-adiabatic Stellar Pulsation,” Astrophys. J., 127, 194.Google Scholar
  3. John Cox 1958b “A Semitheoretical Period-Luminosity Relation for Classical Cepheids,” Astrophys. J., 127. 561,(with C. A. Whitney).Google Scholar
  4. John Cox 1959 “A Semitheoretical Period-Luminosity Relation for Cepheids With Radiative Envelopes,” Astrophys. J., 130, 296.Google Scholar
  5. John Cox 1960 “A Preliminary Analysis of the Effectiveness of Second Helium Ionization in Inducing Cepheid Instability in Stars,” Astrophys. J., 132, 594.Google Scholar
  6. John Cox 1963 “On Second Helium Ionization as a Cause of Pulsational Instability in Stars,” Astrophys. J., 138. 487.Google Scholar
  7. John Cox 1968 “Pulsating Stars,” Pub. Astron. Soc. Pacific. 80. 365, (with D. S. King).Google Scholar
  8. John Cox 1974 “Pulsating Stars,” Rep. Prog. Phys. 37. 563.Google Scholar
  9. John Cox 1982 “A New Type of Pulsating Star.” Nature. 299. 402.Google Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles A. Whitney
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  1. 1.Harvard-Smithsonian Center for AstrophysicsCambridge

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