# The Magnetic Early B-type Stars II: stellar atmospheric parameters in the era of Gaia

@article{Shultz2019TheME,
title={The Magnetic Early B-type Stars II: stellar atmospheric parameters in the era of Gaia},
author={M. Shultz and G. Wade and T. Rivinius and E. Alecian and C. Neiner and V. Petit and J. Wisniewski and the MiMeS and BinaMIcS Collaborations},
journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
year={2019}
}
Atmospheric parameters determined via spectral modelling are unavailable for many of the known magnetic early B-type stars. We utilized high-resolution spectra together with NLTE models to measure effective temperatures $T_{\rm eff}$ and surface gravities $\log{g}$ of stars for which these measurements are not yet available. We find good agreement between our $T_{\rm eff}$ measurements and previous results obtained both photometrically and spectroscopically. For $\log{g}$, our results are… Expand
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