# Cold gas and dust: Hunting spiral-like structures in early-type galaxies

@article{Yldz2020ColdGA,
title={Cold gas and dust: Hunting spiral-like structures in early-type galaxies},
author={Mustafa K. Yıldız and Reynier F. Peletier and P.-A. Duc and Paolo Serra},
journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
year={2020}
}
• Published 19 January 2020
• Physics
• Astronomy & Astrophysics
Context. Observations of neutral hydrogen (H I) and molecular gas show that 50% of all nearby early-type galaxies contain some cold gas. Molecular gas is always found in small gas discs in the central region of the galaxy, while neutral hydrogen is often distributed in a low-column density disc or ring typically extending well beyond the stellar body. Dust is frequently found in early-type galaxies as well. Aims. The goal of our study is to understand the link between dust and cold gas in…
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