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Fig. 1


Spectral energy distributions of our targets showing literature photometry data (black circles and triangles indicate detections and upper limits, respectively) and the 1.3 and 2.7 mm continuum fluxes measured by us (star-like symbols; Table 1). The error bars represent a conservative 30% flux uncertainty assigned to all continuum data points. The dotted line indicates a modified blackbody fit to the far-IR thermal dust emission, which is subtracted from the total (dust+free-free) emission observed at mm-wavelengths. No attempt has been made to fit the warm dust emission blueward of the SED peak. The dashed line represents a fit of the type Sffνα to the mm-to-cm data points. The blue solid line represents the addition of these two fits.

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