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Discovering interacting binaries with Hα surveys

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Discovering interacting binaries with Hα surveys. / Witham, A.R.; Knigge, C.; Drew, J.E.; Groot, P.; Greimel, R.; Parker, Q. A.

Interacting Binaries: Accretion, Evolution, Outcomes 2004. American Institute of Physics, 2005. p. 643-646 (AIP Conf Procs; Vol. 797).

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Harvard

Witham, AR, Knigge, C, Drew, JE, Groot, P, Greimel, R & Parker, QA 2005, Discovering interacting binaries with Hα surveys. in Interacting Binaries: Accretion, Evolution, Outcomes 2004. AIP Conf Procs, vol. 797, American Institute of Physics, pp. 643-646. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2130305

APA

Witham, A. R., Knigge, C., Drew, J. E., Groot, P., Greimel, R., & Parker, Q. A. (2005). Discovering interacting binaries with Hα surveys. In Interacting Binaries: Accretion, Evolution, Outcomes 2004 (pp. 643-646). (AIP Conf Procs; Vol. 797). American Institute of Physics. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2130305

Vancouver

Witham AR, Knigge C, Drew JE, Groot P, Greimel R, Parker QA. Discovering interacting binaries with Hα surveys. In Interacting Binaries: Accretion, Evolution, Outcomes 2004. American Institute of Physics. 2005. p. 643-646. (AIP Conf Procs). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2130305

Author

Witham, A.R. ; Knigge, C. ; Drew, J.E. ; Groot, P. ; Greimel, R. ; Parker, Q. A. / Discovering interacting binaries with Hα surveys. Interacting Binaries: Accretion, Evolution, Outcomes 2004. American Institute of Physics, 2005. pp. 643-646 (AIP Conf Procs).

Bibtex

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