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Table 1

The sample of local LIRGs.

Galaxy name IRAS name vhela DL Nuclear Ref.c log LIRd Ref.e X-ray data
(km s-1) (Mpc) spect. classb (L)

NGC 23 IRAS F00073+2538 4478 64.7 composite 1 11.1 9 Lehmer et al. (2010)
NGC 1614 IRAS F04315–0840 4778 69.1 composite 11 11.7 9 XMM-Newton (archive)
NGC 2369 IRAS F07160–6215 3196 46.0 composite 8 11.1 9 XMM-Newton (our data)
NGC 3110 IRAS F10015–0614 5014 72.6 H II 11 11.3 9 ′′
NGC 3256 IRAS F10257–4339 2790 40.1 H II 5 11.7 9 XMM-Newton (archive)
NGC 3690* IRAS F11257+5850 3057 44.0 Sy2 4 11.4 2 ′′
IC 694* ′′ 3098 44.6 LINER 4 11.6 2 ′′
ESO320-G030 IRAS F11506–3851 3038 43.7 H II 8 11.2 9 XMM-Newton (our data)
IC 860 IRAS F13126+2453 3859 55.7  ···     1 11.1 9 Lehmer et al. (2010)
MCG−03-34-064 IRAS F13197–1627 5009 72.5 Sy2 11 11.1 10 XMM-Newton (archive)
NGC 5135 IRAS F13229–2934 4074 58.8 Sy2 11 11.3 9 Levenson et al. (2004)
NGC 5653 IRAS F14280+3126 3513 50.7 H II 11 11.0 9 Lehmer et al. (2010)
NGC 5734 IRAS F14423–2039 3998 57.7 composite 8 11.0 10 XMM-Newton (our data)
NGC 5743 IRAS F14423–2042 4121 59.5 H II 8 10.9 10 ′′
IC 4518W* IRAS F14544–4255 4720 68.2 Sy2 3 11.2 8 XMM-Newton (archive)
Zw049.057 IRAS F15107+0724 3858 55.7 composite 7 11.2 9 Lehmer et al. (2010)
IC 4686* IRAS F18093–5744 4948 71.6 H II 11 11.0 8 XMM-Newton (our data)
IC 4687* ′′ 5105 73.9 H II 11 11.3 8 ′′
IC 4734 IRAS F18341–5732 4623 66.8 H II 3 11.3 9 ′′
MCG+04-48-002 IRAS 20264+2533 4199 60.6 H II 6 11.0 10 XMM-Newton (archive)
NGC 7130 IRAS F21453–3511 4837 70.0 Sy2 11 11.4 9 Levenson et al. (2005)
IC 5179 IRAS F22132–3705 3363 48.5 H II 11 11.2 9 XMM-Newton (our data)
NGC 7469 IRAS F23007+0836 4840 70.0 Sy1 1 11.6 9 XMM-Newton (archive)
NGC 7679 IRAS 23262+0314 5162 74.7 Sy1 11 11.1 9 ′′
NGC 7769 IRAS F23485+1952 4158 60.0 composite 7 10.9 10 ′′
NGC 7770* IRAS F23488+1949 4128 59.6 H II 11 10.8 8 ′′
NGC 7771* ′′ 4302 62.1 H II 1 11.3 8 ′′

Notes. 

(a)

Heliocentric velocity from Spitzer spectra (Pereira-Santaella et al. 2010).

(b)

Classification of the nuclear activity from optical spectroscopy. Galaxies classified as composite are likely to be a combination of AGN activity and star-formation.

(c)

Reference for the optical spectroscopic data.

(d)

Logarithm of the IR luminosity, L(8–1000 μm), calculated as defined in Sanders & Mirabel (1996).

(e)

Reference for the IR luminosity (adapted to the cosmology used throughout this paper).

(*)

The logarithm of the integrated LIR in solar units of these systems are: NGC 3690 + IC 694, 11.8; IC 4518W + IC 4518E, 11.2; IC 4686 + IC 4687, 11.5; and NGC 7770 + NGC 7771, 11.4.

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