X-ray spectral features and classification of selected QSOs

@article{Zadorozhna2021XraySF,
  title={X-ray spectral features and classification of selected QSOs},
  author={L. V. Zadorozhna and A. V. Tugay and O. I. Maluy and N. G. Pulatova},
  journal={Journal of Physical Studies},
  year={2021}
}
We present the results of a systematic analysis of the XMM-Newton spectra of nearby optically bright QSOs. The objects have been selected from X-ray Galaxy Catalog Xgal20. It is a catalog of 1172 manually identified and classified galaxies, obtained as a cross-correlation between the 4XMM-DR9 catalog and the Hyper-Linked Extragalactic Databases and Archives (HyperLeda) with an X-ray flux greater than F ≥ 10−13 erg/(cm2 · s). The goal of this work is to characterize the X-ray spectral properties… 

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