Global properties of the light curves of magnetic, chemically peculiar stars as a testbed for the existence of dipole-like symmetry in surface structures

@article{Jagelka2019GlobalPO,
  title={Global properties of the light curves of magnetic, chemically peculiar stars as a testbed for the existence of dipole-like symmetry in surface structures},
  author={Miroslav Jagelka and Z. Mikul'avsek and Stefan Hummerich and Ernst Paunzen},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
Context. Magnetic, chemically peculiar stars are known for exhibiting surface abundance inhomogeneities (chemical spots) that lead to photometric and spectroscopic variability with the rotation period. It is commonly assumed that the surface structures are causally connected with the global magnetic field that dominates the photospheric and subphotospheric layers of these stars. As a rule, the observed magnetic fields show a simple dipole-like geometry, with the magnetic axis being noncollinear… Expand

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