Black hole–neutron star binary mergers: the imprint of tidal deformations and debris

@article{Khamesra2021BlackHS,
  title={Black hole–neutron star binary mergers: the imprint of tidal deformations and debris},
  author={Bhavesh Khamesra and Miguel Gracia-Linares and Pablo Laguna},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2021},
  volume={38}
}
The increase in the sensitivity of gravitational wave (GW) interferometers will bring additional detections of binary black hole (BBH) and double neutron star (NS) mergers. It will also very likely add many merger events of BH–NS binaries. Distinguishing mixed binaries from BBHs mergers for high mass ratios could be challenging because in this situation the NS coalesces with the BH without experiencing significant disruption. To investigate the transition of mixed binary mergers into those… Expand

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