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AbstractWhite dwarfs with helium-rich atmospheres constitute about one fifth of the white dwarfs hotter than 12,000 K. They appear to have a mass distribution similar to the hydrogen atmosphere (DA) stars, and are similar in other properties. However, the temperature distribution exhibits a deficiency of DB/DO stars in the interval 25,000-45,000 K, which implies evolution in the dominant surface composition as the stars cool. The hottest group of transition DO white dwarfs are the pulsatingdoi:10.1017/s0252921100090965 fatcat:hino6ickvfdvnlgtbff2bq4qmm