BAT AGN Spectroscopic Survey-XX: Molecular Gas in Nearby Hard X-ray Selected AGN Galaxies

@article{Koss2020BATAS,
  title={BAT AGN Spectroscopic Survey-XX: Molecular Gas in Nearby Hard X-ray Selected AGN Galaxies},
  author={M. Koss and Benjamin Strittmatter and I. Lamperti and T. Shimizu and B. Trakhtenbrot and A. Saintonge and E. Treister and C. Cicone and R. Mushotzky and K. Oh and C. Ricci and D. Stern and T. Ananna and F. E. Bauer and G. Privon and Rudolf Bar and C. D. Breuck and Fiona Harrison and K. Ichikawa and M. Powell and D. Rosario and D. Sanders and K. Schawinski and L. Shao and C. Urry and S. Veilleux},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2020}
}
  • M. Koss, Benjamin Strittmatter, +23 authors S. Veilleux
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies
  • We present the host galaxy molecular gas properties of a sample of 213 nearby (0.01 10^44 erg/s) increases by ~10-100 between a molecular gas mass of 10^8.7 Msun and 10^10.2 Msun. Higher Eddington ratio AGN galaxies tend to have higher molecular gas masses and gas fractions. Higher column density AGN galaxies (Log NH>23.4) are associated with lower depletion timescales and may prefer hosts with more gas centrally concentrated in the bulge that may be more prone to quenching than galaxy wide… CONTINUE READING

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