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The single-lined 51.420d spectroscopic binary $\alpha$ Dra (HD 123299, Thuban, spectral type A0 III) is a slightly metal poor star. First orbital elements were obtained by Harper in 1907. Mizar A (HD 116656, spectral type A2 V) is a double-lined 20.53 d spectroscopic binary first reported by Pickering in 1890. Its orbital elements were determined by Vogel in 1901. The redetermination of the orbital elements for these two binaries used the spectrum disentangling computer code KOREL (Hadrava 1995, 1997). We present revised orbital elements based on new electronic spectra taken at the Ondřejov Observatory between 1994 and 2003.To search for other articles by the author(s) go to: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abstract_service.html
The analysis of high S/N spectra and photometric data of 60 Cyg shows that: (1) Pronounced long-term variations in spectra are accompanied with light variations. (2) The medium-term variations of RV could indicate that 60 Cyg is a spectroscopic binary. (3) Two independent structures dominate the rapid variability of both spectrum and light of the star.
Time resolved reflectivity curves (TRR) in combination with non-equilibrium thermal model are used to estimate the temperature interval of chemical reactions in the systems Ni-Si (100) and Ni-SiO2-Si (100) for a ∼ 500 nm thick Ni layer depending on the pulse energy density ranging from 0.5 J/cm 2 to 1.0 J/cm2. Numerical simulations are performed to calculate the temperature field within the system and to analyze the reactivity of the system.
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