By Bengt Gustafsson (auth.), Jeremy R. Walsh, Michael R. Rosa (eds.)
The observational and interpretive instruments for the examine of chemical evolution are growing mature adequate that they are often utilized with a few self belief to extra-galactic platforms and built-in populations at more and more excessive redshift. This publication is dedicated to the research of the interaction among various equipment of measuring chemical abundances with astrophysical versions. stories of chemical abundances and evolution from stars, inter-stellar medium and native workforce galaxies at 0 redshift to far away galaxies, clusters of galaxies and inter-galactic medium at excessive redshift are offered. There also are synopses on growth in instrumentation for abundance determination.
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We find t hat t he abundance gradients previously derived in the anti-centre directi on do appea r to rise at a com parable ra te within t he inner 6 kpc but only f or maqnesium and silicon . 02 dex kpc- 1 for both elements, in the full range 0 ;:; R g ;:; 18 kpc. However it is quite stri king t hat the oxygen a bundances in th ese Galactic cent re stars are not as hig h as one would expect if extrapolating the anti-centre gradient. T his is surprising given th e close correlat ion of the elements at solar metallicities and below, and their expected com mon origins in massive SN Type 11.
Chemical Evolution from Zero to High Redshift: Proceedings of the ESO Workshop Held at Garching, Germany, 14–16 October 1998 by Bengt Gustafsson (auth.), Jeremy R. Walsh, Michael R. Rosa (eds.)