Consistent metallicity scale for cool dwarfs and giants. A benchmark test using the Hyades

@article{DutraFerreira2016ConsistentMS,
  title={Consistent metallicity scale for cool dwarfs and giants. A benchmark test using the Hyades},
  author={Let'icia Dutra-Ferreira and Luca Pasquini and Rodolfo Smiljanic and Gustavo F. Porto de Mello and M. Steffen},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2016},
  volume={585}
}
In several instances chemical abundances of dwarf and giant stars are used simultaneously under the assumption that they share the same abundance scale. This assumption might have implications in different astrophysical contexts. We aim to ascertain a methodology capable of producing a consistent metallicity scale for giants and dwarfs. To achieve that, we analyzed giants and dwarfs in the Hyades open cluster. All these stars have archival high-resolution spectroscopic data obtained with HARPS… Expand
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