Gas-phase metallicity gradients of TNG50 star-forming galaxies

@article{Hemler2020GasphaseMG,
  title={Gas-phase metallicity gradients of TNG50 star-forming galaxies},
  author={Z. S. Hemler and Paul Torrey and Jia Qi and Lars Hernquist and Mark Vogelsberger and Xiangcheng Ma and Lisa J. Kewley and Dylan Nelson and Annalisa Pillepich and R{\"u}diger Pakmor and Federico Marinacci},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2020}
}
We present the radial gas-phase, mass-weighted metallicity profiles and gradients of the TNG50 star-forming galaxy population measured at redshifts $z=$ 0--3. We investigate the redshift evolution of gradients and examine relations between gradient steepness and galaxy properties. We find that TNG50 gradients are predominantly negative at all redshifts, although we observe significant diversity among these negative gradients. We determine that the gradient steepness of all galaxies increases… 
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