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Chemical Composition as a Signature of Stellar Evolution - The Barium Stars

  • David L. Lambert (a1)

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The hypothesis that Barium stars are the product of mass transfer across a binary system is reviewed with special attention given to the chemical composition of AGB stars (the mass-losing star in the binary) and the Ba stars (the mass-gaining star).

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