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A&A
Volume 584, December 2015
Article Number C1
Number of page(s) 1
Section Stellar atmospheres
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201526586e
Published online 13 November 2015

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[F/Fe] vs. [Fe/H] observed in Galactic field dwarfs and giants and open cluster stars compared with the predicted evolution from our GCE model for the solar neighbourhood including only fluorine production from AGB stars. Black line: yields from Cristallo et al. (2015); red line: yields from Karakas (2010). The observed ratios (circles) are from Recio-Blanco et al. (2012; black), Li et al. (2013; blue), Maiorca et al. (2014; green), Jönsson et al. (2014; cyan), and Nault & Pilachowski (2013; magenta). A typical error bar is shown. See text for details.

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Figure 4 has been corrected. In the previous version of this figure theoretical curves had a systematic offset in the [F/Fe] ratio by a factor ~0.2 dex upwards. This has been corrected in the present version (below). This correction does not have any consequence on the conclusions of the paper. In fact, it shows even more clearly that, independently of the F yields from asymptotic giant branch (AGB) stars used (whether from Karakas 2010 or from Cristallo et al. 2015) in a simple Galactic chemical evolution model, it is impossible to account for the observed [F/Fe] ratios at the epoch of the solar system formation ([Fe/H] ≈ 0.0). Therefore, other F sources are required. The caption of Fig. 4 remains the same.

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[F/Fe] vs. [Fe/H] observed in Galactic field dwarfs and giants and open cluster stars compared with the predicted evolution from our GCE model for the solar neighbourhood including only fluorine production from AGB stars. Black line: yields from Cristallo et al. (2015); red line: yields from Karakas (2010). The observed ratios (circles) are from Recio-Blanco et al. (2012; black), Li et al. (2013; blue), Maiorca et al. (2014; green), Jönsson et al. (2014; cyan), and Nault & Pilachowski (2013; magenta). A typical error bar is shown. See text for details.

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