http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr. These data can also be obtained from the Geneva Observatory
(contact Corinne. Charbonnel@obs-mip.fr).
An ensemble of models were selected to describe each evolutionary track. For each model the tables display the age, actual mass, log , log , the surface abundances in mass fraction of H, 4He, 12C, 13C, 14N, 16O, 17O, 18O, 20Ne, 22Ne, the core mass fraction Qcc, log (where is the mass loss rate on the red giant branch), log (where is the central density), log (where is the central temperature), and the central abundances in mass fraction of the above elements. A detailed description of the models selection and of the tables contents is given in Paper I. We now also provide photometric data in verious systems for all tracks and isochrones (see Schaerer & Lejeune 1998).Acknowledgements
We thank Thibault Lejeune for calculations prior to publication. C.C. wishes to express her gratitude to the staff of the Space Telescope Science Institute where this study was carried out. W.D. was supported in part by the grants AST-9315112 and AST-9618549 of the National Science Foundation. D.S. is supported by the Swiss National Foundation for Scientific Research and acknowledges partial support from the Directors Discretionary Research Fund of the STScI.
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