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The (Black Hole Mass)-(Spheroid Stellar Density) Relations: $M_{\rm BH}$--$\mu$ (and $M_{\rm BH}$--$\Sigma$) and $M_{\rm BH}$--$\rho$

@inproceedings{Sahu2021TheH,
title={The (Black Hole Mass)-(Spheroid Stellar Density) Relations: \$M\_\{\rm BH\}\$--\$\mu\$ (and \$M\_\{\rm BH\}\$--\$\Sigma\$) and \$M\_\{\rm BH\}\$--\$\rho\$},
author={Nandini Sahu and Alister W. Graham and Benjamin Lee Davis},
year={2021}
}

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