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Where have all the submillisecond pulsars gone?

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The existence of pulsars with spin period below one millisecond is expected, though they have not been detected up to now. Their formation depends on the quantity of matter accreted from the companion which, in turn, is limited by the mechanism of mass ejection from the binary. Mass ejection must be efficient, at least in some cases, in order to produce the observed population of moderately fast spinning millisecond pulsars. First we demonstrate, in the framework of the widely accepted recycl...

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Journal:
EVOLUTION OF BINARY AND MULTIPLE STAR SYSTEMS
Volume:
229
Pages:
455-469
Publication date:
2001-01-01
Event title:
Conference on Evolution of Binary and Multiple Star Systems
Source identifiers:
20314
ISBN:
1583810617
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pubs:20314
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uuid:3874e07e-c3fb-4d26-8a69-a36824eca1e7
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pubs:20314
Deposit date:
2012-12-19

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