The Chandra view of the relation between X-ray and UV emission in quasars

@article{Bisogni2021TheCV,
  title={The Chandra view of the relation between X-ray and UV emission in quasars},
  author={Susanna Bisogni and Elisabeta Lusso and F. Civano and Emanuele Nardini and Guido Risaliti and Martin Elvis and Giuseppina Fabbiano},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
We present a study of the relation between X-rays and ultraviolet emission in quasars for a sample of broad-line, radio-quiet objects obtained from the cross-match of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey DR14 with the latest Chandra Source Catalog 2.0 (2332 quasars) and the Chandra COSMOS Legacy survey (273 quasars). The non-linear relation between the ultraviolet (at 2500Å, L UV ) and the X-ray (at 2keV, L X ) emission in quasars has been proved to be characterised by a smaller intrinsic dispersion… 
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