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BCD Spectrophotometry of the Be-Shell Star 88 Her

  • L. Divan (a1) and J. Zorec (a2)

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The spectrophotometric behavior of the Be/shell stars seems to be different when their second Balmer discontinuity is in emission from that when it is in absorption. We have analysed here a particular case in which the second Balmer jump is in absorption. In this note we compare the results of a BCD analysis concerning the variations of the Be-Shell star 88 Her (HD162732), to the results of the UBV photometry.

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