A search for photometric variability in magnetic chemically peculiar stars using ASAS-3 data

@article{Bernhard2015ASF,
  title={A search for photometric variability in magnetic chemically peculiar stars using ASAS-3 data},
  author={K. Bernhard and S. Huemmerich and S. Otero and E. Paunzen},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2015},
  volume={581}
}
The (magnetic) chemically peculiar (CP) stars of the upper main sequence are well-suited laboratories for investigating the influence of magnetic fields on the stellar surface because they produce abundance inhomogeneities (spots), which results in photometric variability that is explained in terms of the oblique rotator model. CP stars exhibiting this phenomenon are normally classified as alpha2 Canum Venaticorum (ACV) variables. It is important to increase the sample of known rotational… Expand
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