## List of Tables

Table 1:
Low-mass X-ray binaries in globular clusters. Host clusters and LMXB properties. |

Table 2:
Quiescent Low-mass X-ray binaries in globular clusters. |

Table 3:
Short-orbital-period binary millisecond pulsars in globular clusters. Host clusters and orbital properties. See http://www.naic.edu/~pfreire/GCpsr.html for references to each pulsar. |

Table 4:
Structural parameters for 47 Tuc and Cen taken from Davies and Benz [95]. is the total mass, the central density, the core radius, the tidal radius and the current estimated half-mass relaxation time. |

Table 5:
The mean number of eccentric binaries per cluster () and the Poisson probability () that at least eccentric DWDs are present at any given time. Data taken from Willems et al. 2007 [487]. |

Table 6:
The cumulative number of BH–BH binaries after 3, 9, and 25 , and also after 1 . The first column gives the initial conditions. 10 or 50 in the first place indicates 10% or 50% primordial binaries. sol or low indicates a metallicity of z = 0.02 or z = 0.001. The number in the third place indicates = 21, 37, 75 or 180. Each column is averaged over ten independent realizations and includes the uncertainty. A dash in a column indicates that the cluster did not reach that number of half-mass relaxation times within one Hubble time. Reproduced by permission from Downing et al. 2010 [111] |