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2022ApJ...934..110S - Astrophys. J., 934, 110 (2022/August-1)

Spectroscopic Study of Four Metal-poor Carbon Stars from the Hamburg/ESO Survey: On Confirming the Low-mass Nature of Their Companions.


Abstract (from CDS):

Elemental abundances of extrinsic carbon stars provide insight into the poorly understood origin and evolution of elements in the early Galaxy. In this work, we present the results of a detailed spectroscopic analysis of four potential carbon star candidates from the Hamburg/ESO Survey (HES): HE 0457-1805, HE 0920-0506, HE 1241-0337, and HE 1327-2116. This analysis is based on the high-resolution spectra obtained with Mercator/HERMES (R ∼ 86,000) and SUBARU/HDS (R ∼ 50,000). Although the abundances of a few elements, such as Fe, C, and O, are available from medium-resolution spectra, we present the first ever detailed high-resolution spectroscopic analysis for these objects. The objects HE 0457-1805 and HE 1241-0337 are found to be CEMP-s stars, HE 0920-0506 a CH star, and HE 1327-2116 a CEMP-r/s star. The object HE 0457-1805 is a confirmed binary, whereas the binary status of the other objects is unknown. The locations of program stars on the diagram of absolute carbon abundance A(C) versus [Fe/H] point at their binary nature. We have examined various elemental abundance ratios of the program stars and confirmed the low-mass nature of their former AGB companions. We have shown that the i-process models could successfully reproduce the observed abundance pattern in HE 1327-2116. The analysis performed for HE 0457-1805, HE 0920-0506, and HE 1241-0337 based on the FRUITY parametric models confirmed that the surface chemical compositions of these three objects are influenced by pollution from low-mass AGB companions.

Abstract Copyright: © 2022. The Author(s). Published by the American Astronomical Society.

Journal keyword(s): Chemical abundances - Chemically peculiar stars - Carbon stars

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