1997A&AS..126..407P


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1997A&AS..126..407P - Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 126, 407-411 (1997/December-2)

A spectroscopic survey for λBootis stars. I. Strategy, techniques and first results.

PAUNZEN E. and GRAY R.O.

Abstract (from CDS):

In recent years, the chemically peculiar (CP) stars of the upper main sequence have become a fruitful field for the testing of astrophysical theories. Processes such as diffusion, convection and mass loss have been developed theoretically and introduced into models. The group of λ Bootis stars, however, is remarkable among the chemically peculiar stars as they are nonmagnetic, PopulationI, A to F-type dwarfs which show significant underabundances of metals (except for C, N, O and S). Unfortunately, the small number of confirmed members of the λ Bootis class makes a sound statistical analysis of their properties impossible. Thus, it is still difficult to decide between the two theories - mass loss with diffusion and the accretion theory - which have been proposed to explain the origin of these stars. We therefore have started a spectroscopic survey to find new λ Bootis stars in the field as well as in open clusters and associations. The presence of λ Bootis stars in open clusters and associations would permit a determination of the ages of these stars, and thus would yield an important test for distinguishing between the two theories. In this paper we describe the selection of candidates using photometric criteria, the basic requirements, spectroscopic follow-up observations and results from the first three observing runs. Special care was taken to avoid misclassification of our programme stars (e.g. λ Bootis stars are often confused with intermediate PopulationII, He-weak or high vsini stars), using a refined MK system. The discovery of at least six new λ Bootis stars (including three in the Orion OB1 association) shows the efficacy of our selection criteria.

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Journal keyword(s): surveys - stars - λ Bootis - stars: chemically peculiar - stars: early type - stars: fundamental parameters

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Simbad objects: 27

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Number of rows : 27

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2020
#notes
1 HD 23258 * 03 44 28.2036044846 +20 55 43.450013193   6.100 6.074     A0Vp_lB 50 0
2 HD 23392 * 03 44 32.7249108367 -08 35 12.463543073   8.29 8.24     A0Va-_lB 23 0
3 CCDM J05313-0029AB ** 05 31 18.752 -00 29 24.24   9.47 9.39     A0 20 0
4 HD 36726 * 05 33 51.7276599728 -00 04 36.342169054   8.94 8.85     hA5VkA0mA0_lB 36 1
5 HD 294253 * 05 36 41.7833157594 -03 30 12.473268720   9.68 9.67     A0 24 0
6 NAME Ori I As* 05 38 -02.8           ~ 554 0
7 HD 39421 * 05 52 07.7291332434 -09 02 30.840453230   6.045 5.960     A0V 53 0
8 NGC 2232 OpC 06 27 15 -04 45.5           ~ 131 0
9 HD 261809 * 06 40 43.2962956174 +10 08 30.556381565   11.2 10.8     A0/1 13 0
10 NGC 2264 OpC 06 40 58 +09 53.7     3.9     ~ 1582 1
11 HD 261904 * 06 41 00.6866630013 +09 24 11.908313569   10.38 10.3     A0/1 34 0
12 NGC 2301 OpC 06 51 45 +00 27.6   6.30 6.0     ~ 138 0
13 V* DD Lyn dS* 07 55 40.8263456114 +35 24 45.669980557   6.478 6.221     A3p 64 0
14 HD 66684 ** 08 05 37.05577 +27 31 47.0419   6.22 6.21     B9.5Vp_lB+A0Vnp 41 0
15 * 50 Cnc PM* 08 46 56.0191877567 +12 06 35.830526746   5.992 5.885 7.20 5.76 A1Vp 80 0
16 HD 74911 * 08 47 10.1620941188 +09 23 00.709999471   8.64 8.51     A5 13 0
17 HD 84123 PM* 09 44 06.8765461366 +42 03 03.131298842   7.135 6.838     A4III 49 0
18 HD 84948 SB* 09 50 05.8774942991 +49 04 31.750979246   8.42 8.12     F0 48 0
19 HD 90821 * 10 29 37.0987720698 +26 10 58.571898631   9.54 9.45     F0 18 0
20 * 33 LMi * 10 31 51.3746360193 +32 22 46.412107377   6.001 5.905     A0Va- 63 0
21 HD 101108 * 11 38 19.3665601704 +38 45 16.899688742   9.05 8.87     A5_lB 38 0
22 HD 105058 dS* 12 05 43.3557996963 +49 40 55.995517673   9.05 8.88     A2p 57 0
23 HD 105199 * 12 06 47.0205434278 +30 15 41.874251036   9.97 9.83     A2/4 34 0
24 V* FQ Boo dS* 13 49 44.1555631872 +08 24 31.089806068   6.717 6.604     hA5VkA2mA2_lB 42 0
25 HD 149303 * 16 31 47.2283629879 +45 35 53.746886684 5.850 5.78 5.68 7.16   A2Vn_lB 56 0
26 HD 170680 * 18 31 26.2981687662 -18 24 09.706451275   5.126 5.117     B9/9.5V 76 0
27 HD 171948 SB* 18 36 37.0231010931 +22 06 27.292508161   6.82 6.77     B9 31 1

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