The H i angular momentum–mass relation

@article{Kurapati2021TheHI,
  title={The H i angular momentum–mass relation},
  author={Sushma Kurapati and J. N. Chengalur and Marc A. W. Verheijen},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2021}
}
We study the relationship between the H i specific angular momentum ($\rm j_{g}$) and the H i mass ($\rm M_{g}$) for a sample of galaxies with well-measured H i rotation curves. We find that the relation is well described by an unbroken power law $\rm j_{g}$ ∝ $\rm M_{g}$α over the entire mass range (107–1010.5 M⊙), with α = 0.89 ± 0.05 (scatter 0.18 dex). This is in reasonable agreement with models which assume that evolutionary processes maintain H i discs in a marginally stable state. The… Expand

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