B stars seen at high resolution by XMM-Newton

@article{Cazorla2017BSS,
  title={B stars seen at high resolution by XMM-Newton},
  author={Constantin Cazorla and Ya{\"e}l Naz{\'e}},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2017}
}
We report on the properties of 11 early B stars observed with gratings on board XMM-Newton and Chandra, thereby doubling the number of B stars analysed at high resolution. The spectra typically appear soft, with temperatures of 0.2--0.6 keV, and moderately bright (log[L_{X}/L_{BOL}]~ -7) with lower values for later type stars. In line with previous studies, we also find an absence of circumstellar absorption, negligible line broadening, no line shift, and formation radii in the range 2 - 7 R… 
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