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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters
Adiabatic oscillation frequencies of stellar models, computed with the standard mixing-length formulation for convection, increasingly deviate with radial order from observations in solar-like stars. Standard solar models overestimate adiabatic frequencies by as much as 20 μHz. In this letter, we address the physical processes of turbulent convection that are predominantly responsible for the frequency differences between standard models and observations, also called 'surface effects'. Wedoi:10.1093/mnrasl/slw193 fatcat:uw275nzcufhyzlrnx3smmc2t3m