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Intrinsic Reddening of Be Stars and its Relation with Hα Emission Intensities

  • L. Divan (a1), V. Doazan (a2) and J. Zorec (a3)

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The intrinsic reddening and its relation with Hα emission has been determined for 32 Be/Shell stars observed simultaneously at high dispersion at Hα and between λλ3000-and 6200 Å with the Chalonge spectrograph. A trend toward higher reddenings when Hα emission is stronger is observed, together with a large scatter which indicates that for a given emission at Hα, intrinsic reddening can be quite different for different stars.

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Intrinsic Reddening of Be Stars and its Relation with Hα Emission Intensities

  • L. Divan (a1), V. Doazan (a2) and J. Zorec (a3)

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