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Fig. 13


Hα luminosity L(Hα) vs. decay power absorbed by the H-rich stripped material from the companion. The two black lines correspond to the cases where L(Hα) = ėabs(H-rich) and L(Hα) = 0.1ėabs(H-rich). For most models, Hα radiates about 10% (the distribution covers from 5 to 30% due to several outliers, all for a low stripped material mass) of the decay power absorbed by the stripped material (this material is 56Ni deficient and thus the power stems from non-local γ-ray energy deposition).

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