# Gravitomagnetic tidal effects in gravitational waves from neutron star binaries

@article{Banihashemi2020GravitomagneticTE, title={Gravitomagnetic tidal effects in gravitational waves from neutron star binaries}, author={Batoul Banihashemi and J. Vines}, journal={Physical Review D}, year={2020}, volume={101}, pages={064003} }

Gravitational waves emitted by coalescing binary systems containing neutron stars (or other compact objects) carry signatures of the stars' internal equation of state, notably, through the influence of tidal deformations during the binary's inspiral stage. While the leading-order tidal effects for post-Newtonian binaries of compact bodies in general relativity are due to the bodies' mass-quadrupole moments induced by gravitoelectric tidal fields, we consider here the leading effects due to… Expand

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