Rest-frame dust temperature (Tdust) and FIR luminosity ( μLFIR), radio-infrared factor (qIR), IR-derived apparent SFR (SFRIR) for the three gravitationally lensed quasars in this work.
|Source||Tdust (K)||log μLFIR (L⊙)||qIR||log μSFRIR (M⊙ yr−1)||log μSFR150 (M⊙ yr−1)||log μSFR1400 (M⊙ yr−1)|
|SDSS J1055+4628||–||< 12.1||< 2.3||< 2.6||2.4 ± 0.1||2.7 ± 0.1|
|SDSS J1313+5151||–||2.8 ± 0.1||3.1 ± 0.1|
|SBS 1520+350||3.1 ± 0.1||3.4 ± 0.1|
Notes. We also give the radio-derived apparent SFRs using the Calistro Rivera et al. (2017) radio–infrared correlation at 150 MHz (SFR150) and the Ivison et al. (2010) correlation at 1.4 GHz (SFR1400). The values Tdust, log μSFRIR and μLFIR are as reported by Stacey et al. (2018). As the lensing magnifications of the radio and FIR are not known for these objects, luminosities and SFRs given are uncorrected for magnification ( μ).
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