Proc. IAU volume 13, issue S334, P219-222 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317008870 View full text
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Sebastián E. Nuza, Cristina Chiappini, Cecilia Scannapieco, Ivan Minchev, Marie Martig, Thiago C. Junqueira

Abstract: In chemodynamical evolution models it is usually assumed that the Milky Way galaxy forms from the inside-out implying that gas inflows onto the disk decrease with galactocentric distance. Similarly, to reproduce differences between chemical abundances of the thick disk and bulge with respect to those of the thin disk, higher accretion fluxes at early times are postulated. By using a suite of Milky Way-like galaxies extracted from cosmological simulations, we investigate the accretion of gas on the simulated s…

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