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A paper for Astronomy and Astrophysics
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Adam B.
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Smith
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Bruce Chan
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Marvel Observatory, New York, United States of America
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Institute of Martial Astronomy, Hong Kong, China.
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Stars: binaries: general – Stars: abundances – Galaxy: disc – Galaxy: abundances
– Galaxy: stellar content
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Introduction
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The stellar evolution of low-mass, those lighter than about
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, single stars is reasonably well understood.
Stars form in radiating, collapsing clouds of mostly hydrogen and helium.
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Our observational sample
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