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STarburst Models for AGNs

  • Roberto Terlevich (a1), Jorge Melnick (a2) and Mariano Moles (a3)

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A significant fraction of all spiral galaxies exhibit some type of “activity” in their nuclear regions as evidenced by the presence of emission lines in their optical spectrum (Keel, 1982; Cetty-Veron and Veron, 1985). It has become standard to classify emission-line galaxies into two main groups: “active” having Seyfert or Liner nuclei and “inactive”, having Starburst or HII-region like nuclei. Two main classification criteria are used, one based in the widths (Khachikian and Weedman 1974) the other in the intensity ratios of the nuclear emission lines (Baldwin, Phillips and Terlevich, 1981).

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STarburst Models for AGNs

  • Roberto Terlevich (a1), Jorge Melnick (a2) and Mariano Moles (a3)

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