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Mass loss and ΔY/ΔZ ratio

  • C. Chiosi (a1) (a2) and F. Matteucci (a2) (a3)

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The ΔY/ΔZ abundance ratio is studied taking into account mass loss from intermediate and massive stars, and the Yz vs. Z relation of Peimbert and Serrano (1980a).

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