Table 1:

The properties of the three star-forming dwarf galaxies in the Virgo cluster under study.

$m_{\rm B}$ 12 + log(O/H) SFR log( $M_{\rm HI}/M_{\odot}$) $T_{\rm d}^{\rm 1BB}$ log( $M_{\rm d}/M_{\odot}$) log( $\mathcal D$ )
  mag   $M_{\odot}$ yr-1   K    
VCC 562 16.74 $7.8\pm0.2$ 4.6 $\times 10^{-2}$ $7.67\pm0.03$ $20.2\pm0.2$ $5.18\pm0.13$ - $2.49\pm0.13$
VCC 1179 15.46 $ 8.3\pm0.2$ 9.4 $\times 10^{-2}$ $7.39\pm0.06$ $16.2\pm0.6$ $5.48\pm0.14$ - $1.91\pm0.15$
VCC 1356 16.15 $8.0\pm0.3$ 4.6 $\times 10^{-2}$ $8.35\pm0.01$ $17.9\pm1.1$ $5.53\pm0.16$ - $2.82\pm0.16$

Notes. Dust temperature, masses, and dust-to-gas ratios were obtained by fitting a single modified black-body function with $\beta = 2$. The distance to Virgo is assumed to be 16.5 Mpc.

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