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Title: Are many pulsars processed in binary systems?
Authors: Deshpande, A.A.
Ramachandran, R.
Srinivasan, G.
Keywords: Pulsars;
Stars: evolution;
Stars: magnetic;
Stars: stellar statistics
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, India.
Citation: Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 1995, Vol. 16, p53-67.
Abstract: A detailed statistical analysis of pulsar current is presented. The conclusions reached are the following: (1) The birthrate of pulsars is about one in 75 ± 15 years. (2) There is evidence for injection of pulsars into the population of solitary pulsars. Such an injection is particularly pronounced in the magnetic field range 12 < log B < 12.6. (3) This is interpreted as due to recycled pulsars being released into the population. (4) We tentatively conclude that as much as 10-15% of all pulsars may have been born and processed in binary systems.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2289/965
ISSN: 0250-6335
Copyright: Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, India.
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