The XMM-Newton wide field survey in the COSMOS field: Clustering dependence of X-ray selected AGN on host galaxy properties

@article{Viitanen2019TheXW,
  title={The XMM-Newton wide field survey in the COSMOS field: Clustering dependence of X-ray selected AGN on host galaxy properties},
  author={A. Viitanen and V. Allevato and Alexis Finoguenov and Angelo Bongiorno and Nico Cappelluti and Roberto Gilli and Takamitsu Miyaji and Mara Salvato},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
Aims. We study the spatial clustering of 632 (1130) XMM-COSMOS active galactic nuclei (AGNs) with known spectroscopic or photometric redshifts in the range z = [0.1–2.5] in order to measure the AGN bias and estimate the typical mass of the hosting dark matter (DM) halo as a function of AGN host galaxy properties. Methods. We created AGN subsamples in terms of stellar mass, M*, and specific black hole accretion rate, LX/M*, to study how AGN environment depends on these quantities. Further, we… 

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