Properties and rotation of molecular clouds in M 33

@article{Braine2018PropertiesAR,
  title={Properties and rotation of molecular clouds in M 33},
  author={J. Braine and Erik W. Rosolowsky and Pierre Gratier and Edvige Corbelli and Karl F. Schuster},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2018}
}
The sample of 566 molecular clouds identified in the CO(2--1) IRAM survey covering the disk of M~33 is explored in detail.The clouds were found using CPROPS and were subsequently catalogued in terms of their star-forming properties as non-star-forming (A), with embedded star formation (B), or with exposed star formation C.We find that the size-linewidth relation among the M~33 clouds is quite weak but, when comparing with clouds in other nearby galaxies, the linewidth scales with average… 

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