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Abundances of light elements in metal-poor stars. III. Data analysis and results

@article{Carretta2000AbundancesOL,
  title={Abundances of light elements in metal-poor stars. III. Data analysis and results},
  author={E. Carretta and R. Gratton and C. B. O. A. D. Padova and Italy. and U. T. Austin and M. Observatory and Usa},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2000}
}
We present the analysis of an extensive set of new and literature high quality data concerning Fe, C, N, O, Na, and Mg, exploiting the Teff scale determined in Gratton et al. (1996), and the non-LTE abundance corrections computed in Gratton et al. (1999). Results obtained with various abundance indices are discussed and compared. Our non-LTE analysis yields the same O abundances from both permitted and forbidden lines for stars with Teff>4600 K, in agreement with King (1993), but not with other… Expand

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