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Landi et al. 2009

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Landi, R., Bassani, L., Dean, A.J., Bird, A.J., Fiocchi, M., Bazzano, A., Nousek, J.A., Osborne, J.P. 2009, MNRAS 392, 630-640.
Observational: X-rays.
FO Aqr, MU Cam, V709 Cas, V1033 Cas, V2069 Cyg, NY Lup, V2400 Oph, V2731 Oph, GK Per, V1223 Sgr, IGR J15094-6649, IGR J16167-4957, IGR J16500-3307, IGR J17195-4100, and 1RXS J213344.1+510725 among IPs and IP candidates; polars BY Cam, V834 Cen, V1432 Aql, and IGR J14536-5522; the dwarf novae SS Cyg; the recurrent nova V2487 Oph; and the peculiar system, XSS J12270-4859.
INTEGRAL/IBIS spectra of 22 objects (21 CVs and XSS J12270) have been investigated, resulting in an average Bremsstrahlung temperature of 22 keV (but ranging from 7 keV for MU Cam to 56 keV for V2487 Oph). For 11 objects, IBIS data are combined with Swift/XRT data, allowing investigation of the 6.4 keV line, the complex absorber, and the soft component.

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