Volume 525, January 2011
|Number of page(s)||17|
|Published online||08 December 2010|
Properties of the selected Type-2 X-ray sources. (1) X-ray source Name. (2) X-ray source right ascension. (3). X-ray source declination. (4) X-ray source flux in the soft 0.5–2 keV band in erg s-1 cm-2. (5) X-ray source flux in the hard 2–10 keV band in erg s-1 cm-2. (6) Optical counterpart right Ascension (J2000). (7) Optical counterpart declination (J2000). (8) u-band magnitude. Note “NC” means the field has not been observed in that band.(9) g-band magnitude. Note “NC” means the field has not been observed in that band. (10) r-band magnitude. (11) i-band magnitude. (12) z-band magnitude. Note “NC” means the field has not been observed in that band. (13) Estimated probability that the X-ray source is associated with the corresponding optical candidate. (14) 3.6 μm magnitude (AB). Tag “NC” (standing for “Not Covered”) has been used when the location of the object is not overlapping with the SWIRE field. We have used the same notation for the following columns. (15) 4.5 μm magnitude (AB). (16) 5.8 μm magnitude (AB). (17) 8.0 μm magnitude (AB). (18) Photometric redshift as estimated by ZPEG. (19) Stellar mass as estimated by ZPEG in logarithm base-10 scale. (20) Specific SFR as estimated by ZPEG in logarithm base-10 scale. (21) Estimated hydrogen column density in cm-2. (22) Estimated rest-frame intrinsic X-ray luminosity in the 2–10 keV band.
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