Left: bolometric luminosity of galaxies with molecular outflows or inflows observed in the OH119 doublet as a function of redshift. The ULIRGs and high-z QSO in our sample are shown as colored circles: IRAS F18216+6419, IRAS F10091+4704, IRAS F13352+6402, IRAS F20036+1547, and ULASJ131911. For comparison of the parameter space covered by our sample, we include HyLIRGs from Calderón et al. (2016), ULIRGs and QSOs from Veilleux et al. (2013) and Spoon et al. (2013), Seyferts from Stone et al. (2016), and one submillimeter galaxy (The Eyelash) at z ∼ 2 from George et al. (2014). Right: WISE color-color diagram of the ULIRGs in our sample. The background illustrates the typical locations of different classes of objects (Wright et al. 2010). The dashed gray box (Mateos et al. 2012) and the red horizontal line (Assef et al. 2013) show different criteria for AGN classification. According to this, three of our systems are classified as AGNs, while IRAS F10091+4704 can be considered a starburst-dominated system.
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