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Carbon Stars with Oxygen-Rich Circumstellar Envelopes

  • Silvia Lorenz Martins (a1) and Sayd José Codina Landaberry (a1)

Abstract

We observed two carbon stars with silicate emission, C1003 and BM GEM, and we calculated the abundances ratios. The results are compared with them of R0 stars (Dominy, 1984).

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