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Thorstensen & Halpern 2013

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Thorstensen, J.R., Halpern, J. 2013, AJ, 146, A107.
Observational: Optical spectroscopy and photometry.
V667 Pup, IGR J04571+4527, Swift J0746.2-1611, AX J1740.2-2903, IGR J18173-2509, IGR J18308-1232 AX J18533-0128, and IGR J19267+1325, as well as IGR J19552+0044 and Swift J2218.4+1925.
Optical spectroscopy of 10 hard X-ray discovered CVs has resulted in the secure orbital period determination for 8, and candidate periods for the remaining two. Of these, 7 show coherent pulsations either in the X-rays and/or the optical, and are identified as IPs. Swift J0757.2-1611 is a nova-like which could be an IP (but so far, there is no evidence for its spin period); Swift J2218.4+1925 is a polar, and the current best guess for IGR J19552+0044 is that it is also a polar.

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