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Quiescent Cores and the Efficiency of Turbulence‐accelerated, Magnetically Regulated Star Formation
The efficiency of star formation, defined as the ratio of the stellar to total (gas and stellar) mass, is observed to vary from a few percent in regions of dispersed star formation to about a third in cluster-forming cores. This difference may reflect the relative importance of magnetic fields and turbulence in controlling star formation. We investigate the interplay between supersonic turbulence and magnetic fields using numerical simulations, in a sheet-like geometry. We demonstrate that stardoi:10.1086/432606 fatcat:xzwgulfyuvapvpibzdtw22xjoe