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2010MNRAS.404L..94M - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 404, L94-L98 (2010/May-1)

The hard state of black hole candidates: XTEJ1752-223.

MUNOZ-DARIAS T., MOTTA S., PAWAR D., BELLONI T.M., CAMPANA S. and BHATTACHARYA D.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present a 2-day long Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer observation and simultaneous Swift data of the bright X-ray transient XTEJ1752-223. Spectral and timing properties were stable during the observation. The energy spectrum is well described by a broken power law with a high-energy cut-off. A cold disc (∼0.3 keV) is observed when Swift/X-Ray Telescope data are considered. The fractional root mean square amplitude of the aperiodic variability (0.002-128Hz) is 48.2±0.1 per cent, and it is not energy dependent. The continuum of the power density spectrum can be fitted by using four broad-band Lorentzians. A high-frequency (∼21Hz) component and two weak quasi-periodic oscillation-like features are also present. Time lags between soft and hard X-rays roughly follow the relation Δ t ∝ ν–0.7, with delays dropping from ∼0.5 (0.003Hz) to ∼0.0015 (≥10 Hz) s. Our results are consistent with XTEJ1752-223 being a black hole candidate, with all timing and spectral components very similar to those of Cyg X-1 during its canonical hard state.

Abstract Copyright: © 2010 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2010 RAS

Journal keyword(s): accretion, accretion discs - black hole physics - binaries: close - stars: individual: XTEJ1752-223 - X-rays: stars

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