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Structure and evolution of massive single stars and their relevance for close binary systems

  • Norbert Langer (a1)

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Differences in the evolution of massive single stars and components of massive close binary systems are investigated. While for stars above the red supergiant luminosity limit, single star and case B primary evolution merge into a single scenario, large differences for less massive stars are demonstrated to occur at the example of M ZAMS = 40M, concerning the various WR subtypes, the nucleosynthesis yields, and the supernova stage.

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