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Light elements in stars with exoplanets

  • N. C. Santos (a1), E. Delgado Mena (a2), G. Israelian (a2), J. I. González-Hernández (a3), M. C. Gálvez-Ortiz (a4), M. Mayor (a5), S. Udry (a5), R. Rebolo (a2) (a6), S. Sousa (a1) and S. Randich (a7)...

Abstract

It is well known that stars orbited by giant planets have higher abundances of heavy elements when compared with average field dwarfs. A number of studies have also addressed the possibility that light element abundances are different in these stars. In this paper we will review the present status of these studies. The most significant trends will be discussed.

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Light elements in stars with exoplanets

  • N. C. Santos (a1), E. Delgado Mena (a2), G. Israelian (a2), J. I. González-Hernández (a3), M. C. Gálvez-Ortiz (a4), M. Mayor (a5), S. Udry (a5), R. Rebolo (a2) (a6), S. Sousa (a1) and S. Randich (a7)...

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