# SHRINKING OF CLUSTER ELLIPTICALS: A TIDAL STRIPPING EXPLANATION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INTRACLUSTER LIGHT

@article{Cypriano2006SHRINKINGOC,
title={SHRINKING OF CLUSTER ELLIPTICALS: A TIDAL STRIPPING EXPLANATION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INTRACLUSTER LIGHT},
author={Eduardo Serra Cypriano and Laerte Sodr'e and Luis E. Campusano and Daniel A. Dale and Eduardo Hardy},
journal={The Astronomical Journal},
year={2006},
volume={131},
pages={2417-2425}
}
We look for evidence of tidal stripping in elliptical galaxies through the analysis of homogeneous CCD data corresponding to a sample of 228 elliptical galaxies belonging to 24 clusters of galaxies at 0.015 < z < 0.080. We investigate departures from the standard magnitude-isophotal size relation as a function of environmental (clustercentric distance, local galaxy density) and structural (cluster velocity dispersion, Bautz-Morgan type) properties. We find that, for any particular galaxy…
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