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On the importance of including devolatilized stellar abundances in determining the composition of rocky exoplanets



The supernova remnant population of the Small Magellanic Cloud


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Predicted bulk compositions and geodynamical properties of terrestrial exoplanets in the Solar neighbourhood



HST PanCET Program: A Complete Near-UV to Infrared Transmission Spectrum for the Hot Jupiter WASP-79b


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The (im)possibility of strong chemical tagging


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Theoretical Predictions of Surface Light Element Abundances in Protostellar and Pre-Main Sequence Phase



Extreme r-process Enhanced Stars at High Metallicity in Fornax* * Based on data obtained from the ESO reduced archive. Program IDs: 080.B-0784(A), 171.B-0588(A), 71.B-0641(A).


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10.5194/EGUSPHERE-EGU21-15884

On the importance of including devolatilized stellar abundances in determining the composition of rocky exoplanets


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Intermediate-size fullerenes as degradation products of interstellar polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons



The Nucleosynthetic Yields of Core-collapse Supernovae: Prospects for the Next Generation of Gamma-Ray Astronomy


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The inner two degrees of the Milky Way. Evidence of a chemical difference between the Galactic Center and the surrounding inner bulge stellar populations



7Li evolution in the thin and thick discs of the Milky Way


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Binary neutron stars and production of heavy elements



Inferring Galactic Parameters from Chemical Abundances: A Multi-Star Approach



Super-Earth ingestion can explain the anomalously high metal abundances of M67 Y2235



Diving into Exoplanets: Are Water Seas the Most Common?


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Observational constraints on the origin of the elements II. 3D non-LTE formation of Ba ii lines in the solar atmosphere


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Influence of sub- and super-solar metallicities on the compositions of solid planetary building blocks.



Origin of the excess of high-energy retrograde stars in the Galactic halo



A data-driven model of nucleosynthesis with chemical tagging in a lower-dimensional latent space


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The supernova remnant population of the Small Magellanic Cloud


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