Change of the wind mass-loss rate Ṁ for CNO-processed chemical composition.
|Z / Z ⊙||Effect|
|1||contribution of CNO to the radiative force 20–70%, no significant change of Ṁ for CNO-processed composition|
|0.3||contribution of CNO to the radiative force 30–90%, slightly higher Ṁ for models 300-5 and 325-5, slightly lower Ṁ for model 375-5, otherwise no effect|
|0.1||contribution of CNO to the radiative force >40%, higher Ṁ for models 300-1 and 300-3, lower Ṁ for Teff ≥ 37 500 K (except 400-1)|
|0.03||contribution of CNO to the radiative force >40%, higher Ṁ for models 325-5, 350-5, and 375-5, lower Ṁ for giant and supergiant models with Teff ≥ 37 500 K and for models 300-3 and 425-5|
|0.01||contribution of CNO to the radiative force >60%, higher Ṁ for models 325-3, 350-3, and 375-1, no wind for Teff ≥ 40 000 K for CNO-processed composition|
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