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Mixing in two magnetic OB stars discovered by the MiMeS collaboration

  • Thierry Morel (a1)

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Recent observational and theoretical arguments suggest that magnetic OB stars may suffer more mixing than their non magnetic analogs. We present the results of an NLTE abundance study revealing a lack of CN-cycled material at the surface of two magnetic stars discovered by the MiMeS project (NGC2244 #201 and HD 57682). The existence of a strong magnetic field is therefore not a sufficient condition for deep mixing in main-sequence OB stars.

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