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Physics of Classical Novae

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 86 Welcome address
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    Chapter 87 Cataclysmic variables as binary stars: Then and now
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    Chapter 88 The long term behaviour of classical old novae
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    Chapter 89 Classical novae: Properties between outbursts
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    Chapter 90 Galactic distribution and outburst frequency of classical novae
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    Chapter 91 Novae in clusters and galaxies
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    Chapter 92 Strong magnetic fields in nova systems
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    Chapter 93 Quasi-periodic outburst activity of novae at minimum
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    Chapter 94 Spin period variations of the white dwarf in FO AQR/H2215-086
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    Chapter 95 The galactic nova rate
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    Chapter 96 A possible nova from the IRAS point source catalogue
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    Chapter 97 Where is nova 1437? — Surprises in the space density of cataclysmic variables
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    Chapter 98 On the postoutburst far ultraviolet declines of WZ sagittae and V1500 CYGNI
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    Chapter 99 Spectroscopic observations of the southern old novae CP PUP and V841 OPH
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    Chapter 100 CP puppis: Another V1500 Cyg?
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    Chapter 101 The uv luminosity of old novae
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    Chapter 102 V 1500 Cyg: Slow variability in post-nova stage
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    Chapter 103 Maximum magnitude vs. rate of decline for novae of the LMC
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    Chapter 104 On V603 Aql and magnetic novae
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    Chapter 105 Optical studies of classical novae in outburst
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    Chapter 106 Chemistry of nova envelopes
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    Chapter 107 Ultraviolet observations of classical novae in outburst
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    Chapter 108 Multi-wavelength observations of novae in outburst
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    Chapter 109 New infrared results for classical novae
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    Chapter 110 Recent and future x-ray observations of classical novae during the outburst stage
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    Chapter 111 New results about post optical maximum oscillations of novae
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    Chapter 112 Simultaneous optical and UV spectra of the two LMC novae 1988
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    Chapter 113 Optical spectrophotometry of nova PW vulpeculae
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    Chapter 114 The early outburst spectra of nova V1506 CYGNI
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    Chapter 115 Mass of the, ejected envelope of LV vulpeculae
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    Chapter 116 The peculiar slow nova X serpentis
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    Chapter 117 Images and light curves of the radio remnants of novae
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    Chapter 118 Optical imagery of nova remnants
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    Chapter 119 Physical properties and abundances of novae in the nebular phase
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    Chapter 120 An Hα image of nova V1500 cygni twelve years after outburst
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    Chapter 121 PAH'S and silicate emission in nova cen 1986
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    Chapter 122 Mm CO observation of the old nova NQ Vul
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    Chapter 123 Nova Ophiuchi 1988: 0.9–1.35 μm spectroscopy
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    Chapter 124 Measurements of outburst characteristics, temperatures, densities and abundances in the ejecta of Nova Muscae 1983
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    Chapter 125 Element abundances of nova PW vulpeculae
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    Chapter 126 Chemical composition of Nova Centauri 1986
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    Chapter 127 Ultraviolet spectroscopy of the shell of RR pic
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    Chapter 128 Infrared spectra of recent novae
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    Chapter 129 The ionization of novae ejecta
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    Chapter 130 Winds from disks
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    Chapter 131 Physics of mass ejection during nova outbursts
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    Chapter 132 Effects of the presence of supercritical winds
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    Chapter 133 Formation and evolution of dust in novae
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    Chapter 134 Model atmospheres for novae during the early stages
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    Chapter 135 The continuum spectra of accretion discs in novalike objects
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    Chapter 136 Infra-red emission from classical novae
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    Chapter 137 Cool envelopes of post-novae constraints on the decline of the white dwarf
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    Chapter 138 Chemical routes to dust formation in the ejecta of novae
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    Chapter 139 Modelling the common envelope phase in classical novae
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    Chapter 140 Ionization and temperature structure in nova shells
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    Chapter 141 Formation of the balmer line in the optically thick nova envelope
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    Chapter 142 HeI emission line formation in symbiotic stars and novae
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    Chapter 143 Soft x-ray emission from classical novae in outburst
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    Chapter 144 Classical novae in the context of the evolution of cataclysmic binaries
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    Chapter 145 The origin and evolution of novae
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    Chapter 146 Novae between outbursts
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    Chapter 147 The cyclic evolution of classical novae
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    Chapter 148 Thermonuclear runaway model
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    Chapter 149 Theoretical implications of nova abundances
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    Chapter 150 The theoretical frequency of classical nova outbursts as a function of white dwarf mass
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    Chapter 151 Accretion on CO white dwarfs. influence of the external burning shells on the evolution
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    Chapter 152 Effective growth rate of white dwarf mass in nova outbursts
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    Chapter 153 The white dwarf mass and orbital period distributions in zero-age cataclysmic variables
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    Chapter 154 Diffusion in novae at high accretion rates
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    Chapter 155 On the nature of the outflow from nova stars occurring immediately after ejection of an envelope
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    Chapter 156 Novae as local thermonuclear runaways
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    Chapter 157 Recurrent novae
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    Chapter 158 The symbiotic novae
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    Chapter 159 Spectroscopic results of the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi
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    Chapter 160 A spectroscopic survey of recurrent novae at minimum
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    Chapter 161 Possible x-ray flares in a recurrent nova
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    Chapter 162 The 1989 outburst of V404 cygni: A very unusual x-ray nova
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    Chapter 163 The structure of the envelopes of symbiotic novae
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    Chapter 164 HM Sge still evolving
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    Chapter 165 IR observations of the symbiotic nova HM sagittae
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    Chapter 166 The light curve of the symbiotic nova HM sagittae
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    Chapter 167 The nova type outburst of the symbiotic star AS 296
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    Chapter 168 Co-ordinated optical and radio observations of symbiotic stars
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    Chapter 169 High resolution spectroscopy of symbiotic stars
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    Chapter 170 Some comments on classical novae and related systems
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Title
Physics of Classical Novae
Published by
ADS, January 2006
DOI 10.1007/3-540-53500-4
ISBNs
978-3-54-053500-3, 978-3-54-046638-3
Editors

Cassatella, A., Viotti, R.

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Student > Ph. D. Student 3 60%
Student > Master 1 20%
Unknown 1 20%
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Physics and Astronomy 4 80%
Unknown 1 20%

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