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Chemical enrichment of Pop III supernovae in the first galaxies

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 June 2020

Ke-Jung Chen
Affiliation:
Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica, Taipei10617, Taiwan

Abstract

Understanding the formation of the first galaxies (FGs) is one of the most important topics in modern cosmology. In this proceeding, we briefly summarize the results of chemical enrichment from the Pop III supernovae during the assembly of the FGs. This early chemical enrichment plays an important role in triggering the Pop II star formation. Generally speaking, there are two major enrichment channels, inside-out (internal) and outside-in (external). Our results suggest that the external channel of chemical enrichment only works if the Pop III stars are very massive stars of 200–260 M, which produce strong enough radiative feedback and supernova to derive the external metal mixing down to the center of the nearby halo.

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