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Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Rheinhardt, M.; Olspert, N.; Brandenburg, A.; Warnecke, J.; Lagg, A.; Arlt, R.: Stellar convection models with Kramers-type opacity law. Session 'Fundamental aspects of turbulent convection,' of the DPG-FrÜhjahrstagung, Dresden, Germany (2017)
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