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peculiar star


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peculiar star

A peculiar metal-rich star, HD 135485

Ultraviolet variability of the magnetic chemically peculiar star 56 Arietis*

Abundance and stratification analysis of the chemically peculiar star HD 103498

Ultraviolet variability of the helium-peculiar star α Centauri

The first spectroscopic verification of an extragalactic classical chemically peculiar star*

A spectroscopic analysis of the chemically peculiar star HD207561⋆

A search for rapid pulsations in the magnetic cool chemically peculiar star HD 3980*

Search for rapid spectral feature variations in chemically peculiar star HR 4330

Suzaku X-Ray Spectroscopy of a Peculiar Hot Star in the Galactic Center Region

Spectroscopic Analysis of the Cobalt Peculiar Star HR 5049 in the Red Spectral Region

Erratum: Spectroscopic Analysis of the Cobalt Peculiar Star HR 5049 in the Red Spectral Region

An update on the rotational period of the magnetic chemically peculiar star CU Virginis

A probable pre-main sequence chemically peculiar star in the open cluster Stock 16

Magnetic field, chemical composition and line profile variability of the peculiar eclipsing binary star AR Aur*

SDSS J080449.49+161624.8: a peculiar AM CVn star from a colour-selected sample of candidates

Linking jet emission and X-ray properties in the peculiar neutron star X-ray binary Circinus X-1

An Abundance Analysis of the Primary Star of the Peculiar Eclipsing Binary [math] Aurigae out of the Eclipsing Phase

Stars at the Tip of Peculiar Elephant Trunk-Like Clouds in IC 1848E: A Possible Third Mechanism of Triggered Star Formation

 

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A star whose spectrum has unusual features compared with the majority of stars of its spectral type; the letter p is appended to the spectral type to distinguish this fact. The term is applied most usually to stars between spectral types B and F, where the spectra show signs of chemical anomalies, notably enhanced abundance of elements such as manganese, silicon, europium, chromium, and strontium.

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