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2013A&A...551A..36N - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 551A, 36-36 (2013/3-1)

Metallicity of M dwarfs. III. Planet-metallicity and planet-stellar mass correlations of the HARPS GTO M dwarf sample.

NEVES V., BONFILS X., SANTOS N.C., DELFOSSE X., FORVEILLE T., ALLARD F. and UDRY S.

Abstract (from CDS):

The aim of this work is the study of the planet-metallicity and the planet-stellar mass correlations for M dwarfs from the HARPS GTO M dwarf subsample. We use a new method that takes advantage of the HARPS high-resolution spectra to increase the precision of metallicity, using previous photometric calibrations of [Fe/H] and effective temperature as starting values. In this work we use our new calibration (rms=0.08dex) to study the planet-metallicity relation of our sample. The well-known correlation for giant planet FGKM hosts with metallicity is present. Regarding Neptunians and smaller hosts no correlation is found but there is a hint that an anti-correlation with [Fe/H] may exist. We combined our sample with the California Planet Survey late-K and M-type dwarf sample to increase our statistics but found no new trends. We fitted a power law to the frequency histogram of the Jovian hosts for our sample and for the combined sample, fp =C10α[Fe/H], using two different approaches: a direct bin fitting and a Bayesian fitting procedure. We obtained a value for C between 0.02 and 0.04 and for α between 1.26 and 2.94. Regarding stellar mass, an hypothetical correlation with planets was discovered, but was found to be the result of a detection bias.

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Journal keyword(s): stars: fundamental parameters - stars: late-type - stars: low-mass - stars: atmospheres - planetary systems

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/551/A36): table2.dat table8.dat>

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