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2019ApJ...882...36M - Astrophys. J., 882, 36-36 (2019/September-1)

Pulsational pair-instability supernovae in very close binaries.

MARCHANT P., RENZO M., FARMER R., PAPPAS K.M.W., TAAM R.E., DE MINK S.E. and KALOGERA V.

Abstract (from CDS):

Pair-instability and pulsational pair-instability supernovae (PPISNe) have not been unambiguously observed so far. They are, however, promising candidates for the progenitors of the heaviest binary black hole (BBH) mergers detected. If these BBHs are the product of binary evolution, then PPISNe could occur in very close binaries. Motivated by this, we discuss the implications of a PPISN happening with a close binary companion and what impact these events have on the formation of merging BBHs through binary evolution. For this, we have computed a set of models of metal-poor (Z/10) single helium stars using the MESA software instrument. For PPISN progenitors with pre-pulse masses >50 M we find that, after a pulse, heat deposited throughout the layers of the star that remain bound causes it to expand to more than 100 R for periods of 102-104 yr depending on the mass of the progenitor. This results in long-lived phases of Roche lobe overflow or even common-envelope events if there is a close binary companion, leading to additional electromagnetic transients associated with PPISN eruptions. If we ignore the effect of these interactions, we find that mass loss from PPISNe reduces the final BH spin by ∼30%, induces eccentricities below the threshold of detectability of the LISA observatory, and can produce a double-peaked distribution of measured chirp masses in BBH mergers observed by ground-based detectors.

Abstract Copyright: © 2019. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

Journal keyword(s): binaries: close - stars: black holes - stars: massive - supernovae: general

Simbad objects: 10

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