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  1. Branislav Vukotić, in Habitability of the Universe Before Earth, Metallicity and SFR Together with the available gas supplies, metallicity and SFR are properties that intrinsically depend on one another. As mentioned earlier, most of the heavy elements are produced in short lived massive stars and released after their terminal explosion.
  2. 1 The property of being metallic. Astronomy The proportion of the material of a star or other celestial object that is an element other than hydrogen or helium. count noun ‘another study of these galaxies shows that they have very low metallicities’.
  3. In astronomy, metallicity is the abundance of elements present in an object that are heavier than hydrogen or helium. Most of the physical matter in the Universe is in the form of hydrogen and helium, and astronomers use the word "metals" as a convenient short term for "all elements except hydrogen and helium". This usage is distinct from the usual physical definition of a solid metal.
  4. Metallicity is the property of a metal to conduct electricity or heat. A simple metal is directly tied to its transport properties. However, transport depends on the type of material under observation.
  5. The metallicity of an object is the proportion of its material that is made up of metals. In astronomy, the term 'metals' is used for any element heavier than hydrogen or helium. [ >>>].
  6. The fraction by mass of metals in a star, cluster of stars, or in some other astronomical entity. Since metals are produced by nucleosynthesis in stars, the metallicity of an object or class of objects depends on when it was formed: objects of later origin in general have a higher metallicity.
  7. The metallicity is typically determined by measuring the abundance of iron in the photosphere relative to the abundance of hydrogen.
  8. A second way to characterize metallicity is through the alpha-to-iron ratio, [ /Fe], which involve elements built by combining helium nuclei, such as Oxygen, Silicon, Neon, etc. Two channels to build up metallicity enhancements.

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