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Title: Does the LFIR-LHCN correlation hold for low LFIR isolated galaxies?
Authors: Ocaña Flaquer, Breezy
Leon, S.
Espada, D.
Martín Ruiz, Sergio
Lisenfeld, Ute
Verley, S.
Sabater, J.
Verdes-Montenegro, L.
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: Low LFIR Isolated Galaxies (IGs) from the AMIGA sample have low level of Star Formation (SF) activity. We observed the HCN(1-0) emission in a sample of IGs in order to test whether they follow the tight relation between LHCN and LFIR found for galaxies with more active SF.
Publisher: Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Description: International conference “Galaxies in Isolation: Exploring Nature vs. Nurture” held in Granada (Spain), May 12–15, 2009.
Series/Report no.: Conference Series;421
Keywords: Isolated
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/28387
ISBN: 978-1-58381-722-3
ISSN: 1050-3390
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Citation: Ocaña Flaquer, B.; et al. Does the LFIR-LHCN correlation hold for low LFIR isolated galaxies?. In: Verdes-Montenegro, L; Olmo, A. y Sulentic, J. (eds.) Galaxies in Isolation: exploring nature versus nature. San Francisco (USA): Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2010. p. 274. (Conference Series, 421). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/28387]
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