Stochastic Correlation Model of Galactic Bulge Velocity Dispersions and Central Black Holes Masses

  title={Stochastic Correlation Model of Galactic Bulge Velocity Dispersions and Central Black Holes Masses},
  author={V. I. Dokuchaev and Yu. N. Eroshenko},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
We consider the cosmological model in which a part of the Universe \Omega_h\sim 10^-5 is in the form of primordial black holes with mass \sim 10^5M_\odot. These primordial black holes would be centers for growing protogalaxies which experienced multiple mergers with ordinary galaxies. This process of galaxies formation is accompanied by the merging of central black holes in the galactic nuclei. It is shown that recently discovered correlations between the central black holes and bulges of… Expand
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