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Paper: Evolution of Intermediate Mass and Massive Binary Stars: Physics, Mass Loss, and Rotation
Volume: 508, The B[e] Phenomenom: Forty Years of Studies
Page: 121
Authors: Vanbeveren, D.; Mennekens, N.
Abstract: In the present review we discuss the past and present status of the interacting OB-type binary frequency. We critically examine the popular idea that Be-stars and supergiant sgB[e] stars are binary evolutionary products. The effects of rotation on stellar evolution in general, stellar population studies in particular, and the link with binaries will be evaluated. Finally a discussion is presented of massive double compact star binary mergers as possible major sites of chemical enrichment of r-process elements and as the origin of recent aLIGO GW events.
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