EDP Sciences
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Volume 502, Number 1, July IV 2009
Page(s) 267 - 282
Section Stellar atmospheres
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/200811113
Published online 27 May 2009

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Table 1:   Log book of the observations.

Table 3:   The atmospheric parameters of the sample stars. The values for [Fe I/H] and [Fe II/H] are followed by the standard deviation and the number of lines on which the abundance is based. The spectroscopic values are the ones adopted throughout this work.

Table 6:   Mean elemental abundances for the program stars, followed by the standard deviation, when applicable, and the number of lines on which the abundance is based.

Table 7:   Abundances of Na, C, N, and O, and the 12C/13C ratio. We list the NLTE sodium abundances already corrected, as discussed in the text. The [N/C] ratio and the sums C+N, O+N, C+O, and C+N+O are also given.

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