Volume 542, June 2012
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|Published online||25 May 2012|
Radio spectra of the 25 BAL and 34 non-BAL QSOs (GHz on x-axis, mJy on y-axis). Error bars are shown when larger than the symbol size. Crosses represent flux densities from the literature, rhombi are flux densities from our observational campaign, and arrows are upper limits from the literature. Solid lines are fits to a parabola and dashed lines are fits to a power law. For resolved sources, flux densities are presented as follows: a square for C component (core) and triangle, asterisk, and dot for components A, B, and D, respectively (see Tables 5 and 6). For 1728+56, the flux densities at 4.8 and 8.4 GHz shown as asterisks correspond to the B+C components.
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The measured flux densities (in mJy) for the sample of 25 radio-loud BAL QSOs.
Flux densities for the sample of 34 non-BAL QSOs (see the caption of Table 5 for details).
Low-frequency flux densities (in mJy) from the literature (see Sect. 4 for references) for the samples of BAL (upper list) and non-BAL (bottom list) QSOs.
Radio spectral shape and spectral indices of the QSO sample.
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