Accretion induced collapse of white dwarfs in binary systems and their observational properties
Neutron stars can form through core collapse (CC) following a supernova explosion of a massive star, or from a white dwarf that first forms in a binary system and then collapses into a neutron star via accretion induced collapse (AIC). So far, there have
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