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Fig. 4


Observed and predicted abundances on Sirius A as a function of Z, the atomic number, in the model with turbulence for two slightly different values of original metallicity, 0.010 and 0.011, and in the model with a mass loss rate of 10-13   M/yr and a metallicity of 0.01 (see Fig. 3 for model labeling definitions). In the left panel, the two sets of observations are from Landstreet 2011: the black circles are from his observations while the pink triangles are an average over all recent observations (see the text). In the right panel, the averaged values are replaced by the actual data points of each observer as given in Table I of Landstreet (2011) where circles, Landstreet (2011); inverted open triangles, Lambert et al. (1982); inverted three-point stars, Lemke (1990); blue squares, Qiu et al. (2001); diamonds, Hill & Landstreet (1993); asterisks, Hui Bon Hoa et al. (1997); plus, Rentzsch-Holm (1997); upright open triangles, Holweger & Sturenburg (1993); pink squares, Sadakane & Ueta (1989). See the text for the explanation of the differences between the error bars in the right and left panels.

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