Scenario discussed in Sect. 5.1. The primordial clouds produce several massive stars, all of which explode as supernovae, but some are “faint” supernovae, with extensive fall-back. The supernova ejecta pollute the cloud determining the chemical composition of the next generation of stars. Occasionally different star formation regions may reciprocally contaminate each other.
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