Abundance of beryllium in the Sun and stars: The role of non-local thermodynamic equilibrium effects

@article{Korotin2022AbundanceOB,
  title={Abundance of beryllium in the Sun and stars: The role of non-local thermodynamic equilibrium effects},
  author={S. Korotin and A. Kuvcinskas},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2022}
}
Context. Earlier studies have suggested that deviations from the local thermodynamic equilibrium (LTE) play a minor role in the formation of Be ii 313nm resonance lines in solar and stellar atmospheres. Recent improvements in the atomic data allow a more complete model atom of Be to be constructed and the validity of these claims to be reassessed using more up-to-date atomic physics. Aims. The main goal of this study therefore is to refocus on the role of non-local thermodynamic equilibrium… 

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