Lithium abundance patterns of late-F stars: an in-depth analysis of the lithium desert

@article{AguileraGomez2018LithiumAP,
  title={Lithium abundance patterns of late-F stars: an in-depth analysis of the lithium desert},
  author={Claudia Aguilera-G'omez and Iv'an Ram'irez and Julio Chanam'e},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2018}
}
Aims. We address the existence and origin of the lithium (Li) desert, a region in the Li–Teff plane sparsely populated by stars. Here we analyze some of the explanations that have been suggested for this region, including mixing in the late main sequence, a Li dip origin for stars with low Li abundances in the region, and a possible relation with the presence of planets. Methods. To study the Li desert, we measured the atmospheric parameters and Li abundance of 227 late-F dwarfs and subgiants… 
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