Properties of the thermal radio jet at the position of CM2.
|Assumed parameters||Radio observables||Jet energetics|
|ϵ||qT||qx||F(α)||x0||T||νm||ν||S8 GHz × d2||α||ψ||i||Vjet||Ṁjet||ṗjet|
|(K)||(GHz)||(GHz)||(mJy × kpc2)||(°)||(°)||(km s−1)||(M⊙ yr−1)||(M⊙ yr−1 km s−1)|
|1||0||0||1.33||1||104||>26||8.0||1.01 × 2.332||0.6||6||60–90||200||0.2 × 10−6||0.4 × 10−4|
|0.1||600||0.5 × 10−5||3.2 × 10−3|
Notes. Columns 1–6: properties of the ionized gas following the formalism by Reynolds (1986). These values imply a radio jet that approximates a conical flow (ϵ = 1), where gas has a constant (qT = 0) temperature of 104 K, and it is uniformly ionized (qx = 0), with ionization fraction x0. Columns 7–13: radio observables that enter into the calculation. The last two columns report the derived jet mass loss and momentum rates.
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