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Models for the Formation of Binary and Millisecond Pulsars

  • D. Bhattacharya (a1)

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Under the name “binary and millisecond pulsars” are grouped a number of radio pulsars, forming roughly 10% of the known pulsar population, which distinguish themselves on three counts:

  • — Short spin period
  • — Low magnetic-field strength
  • — Presence of an evolved binary companion

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