VALES - IV. Exploring the transition of star formation efficiencies between normal and starburst galaxies using APEX/SEPIA Band-5 and ALMA at low redshift

  title={VALES - IV. Exploring the transition of star formation efficiencies between normal and starburst galaxies using APEX/SEPIA Band-5 and ALMA at low redshift},
  author={C. Cheng and E. Ibar and T. Hughes and V. Villanueva and R. Leiton and G. Orellana and A. Mu{\~n}oz-Arancibia and N. Lu and C. Xu and C. Willmer and J. Huang and T. Cao and C. Yang and Y. Xue and K. Torstensson},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) through the CASSACA Postdoc Grant; CONICYT/ALMA funding Program in Astronomy/PCI Project [31140020]; FONDECYT [1171710]; Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS); National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research of Chile (CONICYT) through a CAS-CONICYT Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship; Comite Mixto ESO-GOBIERNO DE CHILE; GEMINI-CONICYT FUND [32130024]; CONICYT (Chile) through FONDECYT postdoctoral research grant [3170942, 3160776]; NSFC [11673028]; National… Expand

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