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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters
Despite the many studies on stellar nucleosynthesis published so far, the scenario for the production of Cu in stars remains elusive. In particular, it is still debated whether copper originates mostly in massive stars or type Ia supernovae. To answer this question, we compute self-consistent chemical evolution models taking into account the results of updated stellar nucleosynthesis. By contrasting copper evolution in Omega Cen and the Milky Way, we end up with a picture where massive starsdoi:10.1111/j.1745-3933.2007.00320.x fatcat:he73v65q4jhlfe4hic2jbmqvta