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Evolution of a Degenerate Component in a Close Binary System

  • E.V. Ergma (a1)

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Investigation of evolution of a degenerate component (helium or carbon-oxygen dwarf) in a close binary system is rather important. Such dwarfs may be candidates for nova or supernova stars. The first possibility has been studied by several authors (see review paper by Starrfield et al., 1976) and it has been shown that explosive hydrogen burning with enriched CNO abundance in the degenerate envelope of a massive carbon-oxygen dwarf may explain nova phenomena.

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Evolution of a Degenerate Component in a Close Binary System

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