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Table 1

Sample of local ULIRGs.

IRAS Name Component R.A.a Dec.a vsysb zc dLd Scaled
(ICRS) (ICRS) (km s−1) (Mpc) (pc arcsec−1)
12112+0305 0.0731 330 1390 11.4 12.19
SW 12h13m45.939s 2d48m39.10s 21167
NE 12h13m46.056s 2d48m41.53s 21045
14348−1447 0.0825 375 1554 11.6 12.27
SW 14h37m38.280s –15d00m24.24s 23766
NE 14h37m38.396s –15d00m21.29s 23676
22491−1808 0.0778 353 1469 11.5 12.03
E 22h51m49.348s –17d52m24.12s 22412

Notes. (a) Coordinates of the 248 GHz rest-frame continuum emission for each nucleus (see Sect. 3.1.2). The astrometric uncertainty is ~25 mas (see Sect. 3.2). (b) CO(2–1) systemic velocity using the relativistic velocity definition in the kinematic local standard of rest (LSRK; see Sect. 3.2). Typical uncertainties are ≲10 km s−1. (c) Redshift using the average systemic velocity of the system. (d)Luminosity distance and scale for the assumed cosmology (see Sect. 1). (e) Luminosity of the AGNin the system estimated from mid-IR spectroscopy (Veilleux et al. 2009). (f) IR luminosity of the system based on the SED fitting of the Spitzer and Herschel mid- and far-IR photometry (see Sect. 3.4.1). (*)No 248 GHz continuum is detected at the position of the near-IR W nucleus of IRAS 22491−1808.

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