Star-forming Dwarf Galaxies in Filamentary Structures around the Virgo Cluster: Probing Chemical Pre-processing in Filament Environments

@article{Chung2021StarformingDG,
  title={Star-forming Dwarf Galaxies in Filamentary Structures around the Virgo Cluster: Probing Chemical Pre-processing in Filament Environments},
  author={Jiwon Chung and Suk Kim and Soo-Chang Rey and Youngdae Lee},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={923}
}
  • Jiwon Chung, Suk Kim, +1 author Youngdae Lee
  • Published 15 October 2021
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
It has been proposed that the filament environment is closely connected to the pre-processing of galaxies, where their properties may have been changed by environmental effects in the filament before they fell into the galaxy cluster. We present the chemical properties of star-forming dwarf galaxies (SFDGs) in five filamentary structures (Virgo III, Leo Minor, Leo II A, Leo II B, and Canes Venatici) around the Virgo cluster using the Sloan Digital Sky Survey optical spectroscopic data and… 

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