V/88                 Averaged [Fe/H] for Cool Dwarfs       (Taylor, 1995)
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Beginning of ReadMe : V/88 Averaged [Fe/H] for Cool Dwarfs (Taylor, 1995) ================================================================================ Analyses of Archival Data for Cool Dwarfs. V. an Annotated Catalog of Averaged Values of [Fe/H] Taylor B.J. <PASP, 106, 704 (1994)> =1994PASP..106..704T Analyses of Archival Data for Cool Dwarfs. VI. The 1993 Versions of the Temperature and [Fe/H] Catalogs Taylor B.J. <PASP, 107, 734 (1995)> =1995PASP..107..734T ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Abundances, [Fe/H]; Stars, dwarfs; Stars, late-type Abstract: This file contains mean values of [Fe/H] (with rms errors) for 495 F-K stars which are on or near the main sequence. Literature references are given for the contributing values of [Fe/H]. Introduction: In addition to Papers V and VI, this catalog draws on a review paper by the author on the SMR problem. If a star of interest for that problem appears without a value of [Fe/H] in Paper V, it is listed in the review paper and is also listed here with a designation "V." For all but two of these stars, mean values of [Fe/H] are given here. For the exceptions (HD 3765, HD 32147), low-resolution data suggest that [Fe/H] is substantially higher than published high-resolution results indicate (see the review paper).