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All Tables

- Table 1:
This table indicates the radius
inside which a given fraction
of cosmic rays reaching
the center were emitted from, for several
*L* and in the case of the
infinite disk and *R*=20 kpc.
- Table 2:
This table indicates the radius inside which a given fraction
of secondary cosmic rays reaching the center were
emitted from, for several
*L* and in the case of a disk of radius *R*=20 kpc.
The last line shows that for small *L*, the effect of the side
boundary is completely negligible.
- Table 4:
This table indicates the radius of several
*f*-surfaces, for several
values of *L*,
and
.
We have introduced
kpc,
km s^{-1} and
mb.
- Table 5:
Values of
and
for the sets
of parameters that, for a given ,
give the best fit to the
observed B/C ratio. The mean square value
of the distance to the sources is also shown.
- Table 6:
Fraction
(in %) of the Galactic sources
contributing to a
given fraction (90% and 99%) of the cosmic ray flux at the solar
position, for protons and Fe nuclei, for the diffusion models
studied before.
- Table 7:
Mean cosmic ray age
in Myr for the models studied in this paper.