Integrated CO(2–1) emission.
|(Jy km s−1)||(kpc2)||(arcsec)||(pc)|
|I12112 SW||24.5||9.3 ± 0.3||0.31||430 ± 30|
|I12112 NE||117.2||16.5 ± 0.4||0.41||570 ± 30|
|I14348 SW||105.9||18.9 ± 0.5||0.50||780 ± 40|
|I14348 NE||53.3||19.6 ± 0.5||0.38||590 ± 40|
|I22491 E||59.4||8.3 ± 0.3||0.30||450 ± 30|
|I22491 W||4.1||7.0 ± 0.3||0.81||1100 ± 40|
Notes. (a) Total CO(2–1) flux. The absolute flux uncertainty is ~10%. (b) Size of the area where the CO(2–1) emission is detected at >6σ. This is calculated as the number of pixels with emission >6σ multiplied by the projected pixel area on the sky. The uncertainties are the square root of the number of pixels times the projected pixel area. (c)Effective radius of the region that encloses 50% of the total CO(2–1) emission defined as , where A is the area of this region.
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