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The emission lines radiated from accretion disk in cataclysmic variables

  • L. He (a1) (a2), Y. H. Zhao (a2) and G. L. Lv (a1)


During the quiescent phases, the spectra of cataclysmic variables are studied. We model the fluxes by means of the photoionization code CLOUDY, and in the model it is assumed that the geometry of disks is cylindrical. Using this method, we input a series of reasonable parameters and get a spectral library.



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