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The Suzaku view of highly-ionised outflows in AGN

@article{Gofford2012TheSV,
  title={The Suzaku view of highly-ionised outflows in AGN},
  author={Jason Gofford and J. N. Reeves and Valentina Braito and Francesco Tombesi},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2012}
}
We are conducting a systematic study of highly-ionised outflows in AGN using archival Suzaku data. To date we have analysed 59 observations of 45 AGN using a combined energy-intensity contour plot and Montecarlo method. We find that ~36% (16/45) of sources analysed so far show largely unambigous signatures (i.e., Montecarlo proabilities of >95%) of highly-ionised, high-velocity absorption troughs in their X-ray spectra. From XSTAR fitting we find that, overall, the properties of the absorbers… 

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