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Paper: Multiwavelength Modelling the SED of Symbiotic X-Ray Binaries
Volume: 447, Evolution of Compact Binaries
Page: 233
Authors: Skopal, A.
Abstract: Radiation of the symbiotic X-ray binaries (SyXBs) dominates both the supersoft X-ray and the far-UV domain. Therefore, to determine their fundamental parameters, a multiwavelength approach in modelling their spectra is essential. In this contribution I introduce the composite spectrum of SyXBs and its individual components of radiation in the X-ray – near-IR continuum. Using the method of disentangling the composite spectra, fundamental parameters of individual radiative components can be determined. Here, I illustrate the multiwavelength modelling the SED for a SyXB LIN 358, and the anomalous supersoft source LIN 333 in the Small Magellanic Cloud.
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