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Using open clusters as tracers of the galactic disk history

  • Orlando J. Katime Santrich (a1), Silvia Rossi (a1), Yuri Abuchaim (a1) and Geraldo Gonçalves (a1)

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Open clusters are important objects to study the galactic structure and its dynamical behavior as well as the stellar formation and evolution. We carried out a spectroscopic analysis to derive atmospheric parameters and chemical composition for 52 giant stars within 9 galactic open clusters. We have used the high-resolution spectra from FEROS, HARPS and UVES in the ESO archive. The methodology used is based on LTE-hypothesis. Abundances of C, N, O, Na, Mg, Al, Si, Ca, Ti, Cr, Ni, YII, LaII, CeII, and NdII were calculated. Although most of these clusters present spectroscopic analysis in the literature, some CNO and s-process abundances were not previously estimated or were calculated with high uncertainties. Several lines of such elements were identified and used to calculate new abundances and improve some previous one.

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Using open clusters as tracers of the galactic disk history

  • Orlando J. Katime Santrich (a1), Silvia Rossi (a1), Yuri Abuchaim (a1) and Geraldo Gonçalves (a1)

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