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The Carbon Abundance of Population II Stars

Cohen, J. G. (1968) The Carbon Abundance of Population II Stars. Astrophysical Letters, 2 . pp. 163-164. ISSN 0004-6388.

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Curve of growth analyses available to date for Population II stars have indicated that carbon is more deficient relative to the sun than iron. A refined treatment, which takes into account stratification and molecular equilibrium, shows that carbon is not more deficient than iron, assuming a solar oxygen-to-iron ratio.

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Additional Information:© 1968 Taylor & Francis. Provided by the NASA Astrophysics Data System. Received 28 August 1968. This research has been supported by Grant GP 7030 of the National Science Foundation. The author thanks Professor J. L. Greenstein for suggesting the problem and for helpful discussions, and Dr. S. E. Strom and Mr. R. L. Kurucz for the use of their computer programs.
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