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2013ApJ...765...51L - Astrophys. J., 765, 51 (2013/March-1)

Fluorine abundances of galactic low-metallicity giants.

LI H.N., LUDWIG H.-G., CAFFAU E., CHRISTLIEB N. and ZHAO G.

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With abundances and 2σ upper limits of fluorine (F) in seven metal-poor field giants, nucleosynthesis of stellar F at low metallicity is discussed. The measurements are derived from the HF(1-0) R9 line at 23358 Å using near-infrared K-band high-resolution spectra obtained with CRIRES at the Very Large Telescope. The sample reaches lower metallicities than previous studies on F of field giants, ranging from [Fe/H] = -1.56 down to -2.13. Effects of three-dimensional model atmospheres on the derived F and O abundances are quantitatively estimated and shown to be insignificant for the program stars. The observed F yield in the form of [F/O] is compared with two sets of Galactic chemical evolution models, which quantitatively demonstrate the contribution of Type II supernova (SN II) ν-process and asymptotic giant branch/Wolf-Rayet stars. It is found that at this low-metallicity region, models cannot well predict the observed distribution of [F/O], while the observations are better fit by models considering an SN II ν-process with a neutrino energy of Eν = 3x1053 erg. Our sample contains HD 110281, a retrograde orbiting low-α halo star, showing a similar F evolution as globular clusters. This supports the theory that such halo stars are possibly accreted from dwarf galaxy progenitors of globular clusters in the halo.

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Journal keyword(s): Galaxy: halo - stars: abundances - stars: Population II

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