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Chemical abundances of cold stars in binary nuclei of Abell 35–type Planetary Nebulae

  • G. Jasniewicz (a1) (a2), F. Thévenin (a3) and A. Acker (a1)

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Jasniewicz et al. (1994) have announced and started in 1994 a program of chemical analysis of the G-stars at the centre of Abell 35-type planetary nebulae. First results concerning BD-22° 3467 and HD 112313 located respectively at the centre of Abell 35 and LoTr5 have been published by Jasniewicz et al. (1996) and Thévenin & Jasniewicz (1996).

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Bond, H.E., 1993, In: Barstow, M.A. (ed) White Dwarfs: Advances in Observation and Theory. Kluwer, Dordrecht, p. 85.
Jasniewicz, G., Thévenin, F., Acker, A., 1994, Chemical abundances in binary nuclei of evolved planetary nebulae. In: Acker, A. & Köppen, J. (eds), Planetary Nebulae, Workshop “Col de Steige”. Observatoire de Strasbourg, GdR 968, p.46.
Jasniewicz, G., Thévenin, F., Monier, R., Skiff, B., 1996, Astron. Astrophys., 307, 200.
Jeffries, R.D., Stevens, I.R., 1996, Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 279, 180.
Thévenin, F., Jasniewicz, G., 1996, Astron. Astrophys., in press.

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