Summary of properties of molecular clumps and embedded sources associated with RRLs discussed in the text.
|ATLASGAL||vsys||1st v||1st Δv||2nd v||2nd Δv||Dist.||Tdust||Log Lbol||Log Mclump||Log L∕M||Log Ly|
|name||(km s−1)||(km s−1)||(km s−1)||(km s−1)||(km s−1)||(kpc)||(K)||(L⊙)||(M⊙)||(photon s−1)|
Notes. The full table for all sources is only available at the CDS. The line parameters have been obtained with Gaussian fits to the stacked 3mm RRLs. Columns from the third to sixth are only for these selected sources since the linewidths are obtained from two Gaussian components fit in Sect. 6. The first v and second v are the local standard of rest velocities of the peaks of narrow and broad RRL components of these sources. The first Δ v and second Δv are linewidths of the narrow and broad RRL components. From left to right, other columns are the clump name, the systemic velocity (vsys) of the dense clump, heliocentric distance (Dist.), dust temperature (Tdust), bolometric luminosity (Lbol) of all RMS sources embedded in the ATLASGAL clump, clump mass (Mclump), ratio of bolometric luminosity over clump mass (Lbol∕Mclump), and Lyman photon flux (Ly) from radio continuum emission at 6 cm wavelength.
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