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Paper: Magnetic Fields in Be Stars
Volume: 337, The Nature and Evolution of Disks Around Hot Stars
Page: 275
Authors: Neiner, C.; Hubert, A.M.
Abstract: Be stars remain a mystery since their discovery 140 years ago. The two presently most favored explanations for the Be phenomenon are the beating of non-radial pulsations and the presence of a magnetic field. In this paper we present the method used in the search for magnetic fields in Be stars, from indirect indicators to direct Zeeman detections, and the role of the magnetic field in the presence of circumstellar material (disk and clouds).

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