On the origin of fluorine in the Milky Way

@article{Renda2004OnTO,
  title={On the origin of fluorine in the Milky Way},
  author={A. Renda and Y. Fenner and B. Gibson and A. Karakas and J. Lattanzio and S. Campbell and A. Chieffi and K. Cunha and V. Smith},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2004},
  volume={354},
  pages={575-580}
}
The main astrophysical factories of fluorine ( 19 F) are thought to be Type II supernovae, Wolf‐ Rayet stars, and the asymptotic giant branch (AGB) of intermediate-mass stars. We present a model for the chemical evolution of fluorine in the Milky Way using a semi-analytic multizone chemical evolution model. For the first time, we demonstrate quantitatively the impact of fluorine nucleosynthesis in Wolf‐Rayet and AGB stars. The inclusion of these latter two fluorine production sites provides a… Expand

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