Hard X-ray properties of magnetic cataclysmic variables*

@article{Scaringi2010HardXP,
  title={Hard X-ray properties of magnetic cataclysmic variables*},
  author={Simone Scaringi and A J Bird and Andrew J. Norton and Christian Knigge and A B Hill and D. J. Clark and Anthony John Dean and Vanessa A McBride and E. Jed Barlow and L.Bassani and Angela Bazzano and M. Fiocchi and Raffaella Landi},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2010},
  volume={401},
  pages={2207-2218}
}
Hard X-ray surveys have proven remarkably efficient in detecting intermediate polars and asynchronous polars, two of the rarest type of cataclysmic variable (CV). Here, we present a global study of hard X-ray-selected intermediate polars and asynchronous polars, focusing particularly on the link between hard X-ray properties and spin/orbital periods. To this end, we first construct a new sample of these objects by cross-correlating candidate sources detected in INTEGRAL/IBIS observations… 

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