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Table 7

X-ray model fits. AGN model.

Galaxy name NH,Gala kT Fe/Ob N H,SB ΓSB N H,AGN ΓAGN χ2/d.o.f. F0.5−2   keVc F2−10   keVc L0.5−2   keVd L2−10   keVe
(1022 cm-2) (keV) (1022 cm-2) (1022 cm-2) ( × 10-14 erg cm-2 s-1) ( × 1040 erg s-1)

IC 4518W 0.09 0.66 0.49  <0.10 1.85 24.28 1.59 106/105 9.4 169.8 7.0 220.2
MCG+04-48-002 0.21 0.53  ···      <1.30 1.85 63.19 1.75 89/109 3.2 275.3 2.8 688.0

Notes. The model used for the fits was Abs(NH,Gal){(v)mekal(kT, Fe/O)  +  Abs(NH,SB)[power-law(ΓSB)]  +  Abs(NH,AGN)[power-law(ΓAGN)]}, where Abs is a photo-electric absorption model and mekal is a thermal plasma. A Gaussian emission line was added  ~ 6.4 keV to account for the Fe Kα emission line. An extra Gaussian emission line at 7.1 keV is needed for IC 4518W (see Table 6).


Galactic absorbing hydrogen column density from Kalberla et al. (2005).


Fe/O abundances ratio with respect to the solar values of Anders & Grevesse (1989).


0.5–2 keV and 2–10 keV X-ray observed flux.


0.5–2 keV X-ray luminosity corrected for Galactic extinction (NH,Gal).


2–10 keV X-ray luminosity corrected for Galactic extinction (NH,Gal) and intrinsic absorption (NH,AGN).

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