|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Edition description:||Revised ed.|
|Product dimensions:||6.85(w) x 9.72(h) x 0.63(d)|
Table of Contents
1. N-body simulations of primordial binaries and tidal capture in open clusters; 2. When and how can binary data test similar models?; 3. Statistical analysis of single-lined red giant spectroscopic binaries; 4. The formation of binary stars; 5. Distribution and evolution of orbital elements for 1 M primaries; 6. Tidal circularization of short period binaries; 7. Composite-spectrum binaries; 8. Orbital elements for field late-type binaries; 9. Evidences for interaction among wide binary systems: to Ba or not to Ba?; 10. Spectroscopic binaries in the open cluster M67; 11. Spectroscopic binaries in the halo; 12. Eccentricity evolution of a binary embedded in a disk; 13. The eccentricity distribution of pre-main sequence binaries; 14. A new algorithm to derive the mass-ratio distribution of spectroscopic binaries in open clusters; 15. Are barium dwarfs progenitors of barium giants; 16. RZ Eridani as a constraint on synchronization and circularization times; 17. Ekman layers and tidal synchronization of binary stars; 18. The distribution of mass ration in late-type main-sequence binary systems; 19. The dynamical evolution of G-type main sequence binaries; 20. Present state of the tidal theory; 21. Infrared companions: clues to binary star formation; 22. The distribution of cutoff periods with age: an observational constraint on tidal circularization theory.