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Download Chemical Abundances and Mixing in Stars in the Milky Way and by E.D. Friel (auth.), Sofia Randich, Luca Pasquini (eds.) PDF

By E.D. Friel (auth.), Sofia Randich, Luca Pasquini (eds.)

The box of chemical abundances and inner blending of components in stars has made huge growth within the final decade. either a wealth of recent observational facts and within the final years additionally the inauguration of recent theoretical roads were the stimulus for this ESO Workshop held in Castiglione della Pescaia, Italy, 13-17 September 2004.

The lawsuits disguise issues from chemical abundances within the assorted elements of the Milky manner and in neighborhood team galaxies, through observational and theoretical papers on blending in stars to special bang nucleosynthesis and galaxy formation and evolution.

As all volumes during this sequence of ESO Astrophysics Symposia this one offers a finished cutting-edge review of the vanguard of analysis in its region. it's therefore a helpful reference for either scholars focusing on the sector and researchers alike.

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Pasquini et al: A&A, 424, 951, (2004) H. Newberg et al: ApJ, 569, 245, (2002) P. Frinchaboy et al: ApJL, 602, L21, (2004) E. Luck: ApJS, 91, 309, (1994) Old Open Clusters as Tracers of Galactic Chemical Evolution: the BOCCE Project A. Bragaglia and M. Tosi INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna, via Ranzani 1, I-40127 Bologna, Italy Our Sample of Open Clusters Open clusters (OCs) are important tools both for stellar and for galactic astrophysics, as tests of stellar evolution theory for low and intermediate mass stars and as tracers of the Galactic disk properties.

Abundances of oxygen, magnesium, calcium, titanium and iron group elements are consistent with results obtained in the disk dwarfs (Edvardsson et al. 1993). f. Friel et al. 2003, Bragaglia et al. 2001, Hamdani et al. 2000, Tautvaiˇsien˙e et al. 2000, Gratton & Contarini 1994). References 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. J. , et al. , Wallerstein G. , Tomkin J. A. , Contarini G. , Bragaglia A. -C. C. L. 1971, AJ 76, 334 Tautvaiˇsien˙e G. , Ilyin I. , Ilyin I. , Mao S. 2001, ApJ 551, L85 Abundance Trends in the Thin and Thick Disks S.

S. Forcada2 , and F. Favata2 1 2 INAF-Osservatorio Astr. di Palermo, Piazza del Parlamento 1, Palermo, Italy Astrophysics Division - Research and Science Support Department of ESA, ESTEC, Postbus 299, NL-2200 AG Noordwijk, The Netherlands Abstract. We have performed a detailed abundance analysis of six inactive K-type stars using high-resolution optical spectra. We have used three different techniques and compared the results obtained in order to establish their respective merits and faults. The two spectroscopic methods give consistent results suggesting that nonLTE effects are small, whereas the ’mixed’ spectroscopic-photometric method leads to photospheric parameters and abundances systematically lower than those obtained with the other two.

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