Chemical peculiarities in magnetic and non-magnetic pre-main sequence A and B stars

@article{Folsom2013ChemicalPI,
  title={Chemical peculiarities in magnetic and non-magnetic pre-main sequence A and B stars},
  author={C P Folsom and Stefano Bagnulo and Gregg A. Wade and John D. Landstreet and Evelyne Alecian},
  journal={Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union},
  year={2013},
  volume={9},
  pages={87 - 90}
}
Abstract In A- and late B-type stars, strong magnetic fields are always associated with Ap and Bp chemical peculiarities. However, it is not clear at what point in a star's evolution those peculiarities develop. Strong magnetic fields have been observed in pre-main sequence A and B stars (Herbig Ae and Be stars), and these objects have been proposed to be the progenitors of Ap and Bp stars. However, the photospheric chemical abundances of these magnetic Herbig stars have not been studied… 

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