SDSS J233325.92+152222.1 and the evolution of intermediate polars

@article{Southworth2007SDSSJA,
  title={SDSS J233325.92+152222.1 and the evolution of intermediate polars},
  author={J. Southworth and B. Gaensicke and T. Marsh and D. Martino and A. A. U. O. Warwick and Uk and I. Capodimonte and Italy. and N. University and Thailand},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2007},
  volume={378},
  pages={635-640}
}
Intermediate polars (IPs) are cataclysmic variables which contain magnetic white dwarfs with a rotational period shorter than the binary orbital period. Evolutionary theory predicts that IPs with long orbital periods evolve through the 2-3 h period gap, but it is very uncertain what the properties of the resulting objects are. Whilst a relatively large number of long-period IPs are known, very few of these have short orbital periods. We present phase-resolved spectroscopy and photometry of SDSS… Expand
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