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A&A
Volume 552, April 2013
Article Number A131
Number of page(s) 16
Section Stellar structure and evolution
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201220726
Published online 16 April 2013

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Appendix A: Version of Figs. 3 and 4 with all atomic species included in the calculations

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Radiative accelerations and gravity at four different ages in a 0.8 M model with  = 10-12M yr-1. The vertical lines indicate the position of the bottom of the SCZ. The ages are identified in the figure.

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Abundance profiles at four different ages in a 0.8 M model with  = 10-12M yr-1 and an initial metallicty of Z0 = 0.00017. The vertical lines indicate the position of the bottom of the SCZ. The ages are identified in the figure.

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Abundance profiles for the model without mass loss and for mass loss rates, from  = 10-14M yr-1 to  = 10-12M yr-1 in a 0.8 M model and an initial metallicty of Z0 = 0.00017. The internal concentration profiles are shown just before turnoff near 11.5 Gyr. The vertical lines indicate the position of the bottom of the SCZ. The mass loss rates are identified in the figure.

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Evolution of surface abundances for the model without mass loss (dotted line) and for mass loss rates, from  = 10-15M yr-1, to  = 10-12M yr-1 in a 0.8 M model and an initial metallicty of Z0 = 0.00017. One cannot distinguish the curves for the model without mass loss from those for the model with  = 10-15M yr-1. The mass loss rates are identified in the figure.

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