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Table 2:

Abundances of 22 elements in HD 49385 relative to the Sun.
El. $\Delta A$ n El. $\Delta A$ n
C I $ -0.03\pm0.05 $ 9 V I $ +0.09\pm0.03 $ 12
N I +0.18 1 Cr I $ +0.09\pm0.03 $ 18
O I $ +0.18\pm0.17 $ 4 Cr II $ +0.08\pm0.03 $ 7
Na I $ +0.08\pm0.04 $ 4 Fe I $ +0.11\pm0.03 $ 336
Mg I $ +0.08\pm0.14 $ 4 Fe II $ +0.11\pm0.03 $ 27
Mg II $ +0.07\pm0.03 $ 2 Co I $ +0.03\pm0.03 $ 12
Al I $ +0.10\pm0.03 $ 4 Ni I $ +0.06\pm0.03 $ 81
Si I $ +0.08\pm0.03 $ 38 Zn I -0.04 2
Si II $ +0.06\pm0.04 $ 2 Sr I +0.09 1
S I -0.02 2 Sr II +0.10 1
Ca I $ +0.14\pm0.03 $ 13 Y II $ +0.10\pm0.04 $ 7
Ca II $ +0.16\pm0.03 $ 2 Ba II +0.27 1
Sc II $ +0.15\pm0.04 $ 6 Ce II +0.06 1
Ti I $ +0.08\pm0.03 $ 30 Li I +1.08 1
Ti II $ +0.17\pm0.03 $ 9      

Notes. The third column lists the number of lines used to determine the mean abundance listed in the second column. The quoted uncertainties are intrinsic RMS errors on the mean value.


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