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Blue Stragglers from Primordial Binary Evolution

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 April 2008

Xuefei Chen
Affiliation:
Yunnan observatory/National Astronomy Observatories, CAS email: xuefeichen717@hotmail.com
Zhanwen Han
Affiliation:
Yunnan observatory/National Astronomy Observatories, CAS email: xuefeichen717@hotmail.com
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Binaries exist in all clusters and much evidence suggests that close-binary evolution makes an important contribution to the blue straggler population, at least in some clusters as well as in the field. Here we present different channels to blue stragglers from primordial binary evolution and examine their contributions to the integrated spectral energy distribution of the host clusters in theory via binary population synthesis.

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