A study of the intrinsic $\gamma$-ray emission of Fermi/LAT-detected BL Lacs

@article{Ye2021ASO,
  title={A study of the intrinsic \$\gamma\$-ray emission of Fermi/LAT-detected BL Lacs},
  author={X. H. Ye and X. T. Zeng and W. X. Yang and H. S. Huang and Yuan Hu Xuan and J. W. Huang and Z. Zhang and Zhiyuan Pei and J. H. Yang and J. H. Fan},
  journal={Astrophysics and Space Science},
  year={2021}
}
BL Lacs are one subclass of blazars with highly energetic γ-ray emission, which is strongly boosted by a relativistic beaming effect. The latest catalogue of the 10 years of Fermi/LAT data (Abdollahi et al. 2020) and the γ-ray Doppler factors in Pei et al. (2020) provide us with a large BL Lac sample to study their jet emission morphologies and intrinsic properties. In this paper, we collected a sample of 294 Fermi BL Lacs and probed the correlations between the γ-ray emissions and luminosity… 

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