# Identification of Absorption Lines of Heavy Metals in the Wavelength Range 0.97–1.32 μm

@article{Matsunaga2019IdentificationOA,
title={Identification of Absorption Lines of Heavy Metals in the Wavelength Range 0.97–1.32 $\mu$m},
author={Noriyuki Matsunaga and Daisuke Taniguchi and Mingjie Jian and Yuji Ikeda and Kei Fukue and Sohei Kondo and Satoshi Hamano and Hideyo Kawakita and Naoto Kobayashi and Shogo Otsubo and Hiroaki Sameshima and Keiichi Takenaka and Takuji Tsujimoto and Ayaka Watase and Chikako Yasui and Tomohiro Yoshikawa},
journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
year={2019},
volume={246}
}
• Published 25 November 2019
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Stellar absorption lines of heavy elements can give us various insights into the chemical evolution of our Galaxy and other nearby galaxies. Recently developed spectrographs for the near-infrared wavelengths are becoming more and more powerful at producing a large number of high-quality spectra, but identification and characterization of the absorption lines in the infrared range remain to be fulfilled. We searched for lines of elements heavier than the iron group, i.e., those heavier than Ni…
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