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We present a spectroscopic and photometric study of the interacting binary and Double Period Variable HD 170582 based on the analysis of the ASAS V-band light curve and our high-resolution spectra mostly obtained with CHIRON spectrograph at the 1.5m CTIO telescope.
Linear optical polarization of 88 Her has been measured in V spectral region during the period 1974–1985. The mean annual values of the intrinsic polarization parameters are presented. The polarization percentage changes from 0.15%(1976) to 0.56%(1979). Small values of the polarization percentage correspond to the period when the envelope effect is negligible. The maximum of polarization percentage has been found during the early period of strong shell phase. The polarization position angle varies between 53 and 83 degrees.
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