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Formation of Millisecond Pulsars from Accretion‐induced Collapse and Constraints on Pulsar Gamma‐Ray Burst Models
We study accretion induced collapse of magnetized white dwarfs as an origin of millisecond pulsars. We apply magnetized accretion disk models to the pre-collapse accreting magnetic white dwarfs and calculate the white dwarf spin evolution. If the pulsar magnetic field results solely from the flux-frozen fossil white dwarf field, a typical millisecond pulsar is born with a field strength ∼ 10^11-10^12G. The uncertainty in the field strength is mainly due to the uncertain physical parameters ofdoi:10.1086/304142 fatcat:bb5mtco2hrhppenl55djcyyehu