Hydrogen-deficient single degenerate binaries as progenitors of astrophysical transients
Close binaries consisting of a CO WD and a low mass He star are considered promising progenitor candidates of SNe Ia, Iax and helium novae. This talk investigates the effects of including rotation and magnetic torques during the mass transfer phase of these systems and shows additional outcomes of these systems. It is shown that Double detonations and Chandrasekhar mass ignitions are unlikely outcomes of these systems, with helium deflagrations (i.e. novae) and extremely close double degenerate binaries being more likely. The viability of these systems as progenitors of hypervelocity runaway hot subdwarfs is also commented upon.