EDP Sciences
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A&A
Volume 561, January 2014
Article Number A33
Number of page(s) 30
Section Extragalactic astronomy
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201322338
Published online 20 December 2013

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Table 2

Observed parameters of the galaxies.

Table 3

Derived parameters of the galaxies.

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20′′ × 20′′ SDSS composite g,r,i images of galaxies with m(3.4 μm)−m(4.6 μm) ≥ 2 mag.

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20′′ × 20′′ SDSS composite g,r,i images of galaxies with 2 mag >m(3.4 μm)−m(4.6 μm) ≥ 1.5 mag.

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20′′ × 20′′ SDSS composite g,r,i images of ten representative galaxies with m(3.4 μm)−m(4.6 μm) < 0.5 mag.

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Spectral energy distributions galaxies with m(3.4 μm)−m(4.6 μm) ≥ 2 mag. Observed SDSS optical spectra are shown by black solid lines; observed GALEX, SDSS and WISE monochromatic fluxes are shown by filled red circles. The WISE data are connected by a red solid line. The modelled SED shown by the blue line is a sum of stellar emission (green line) and ionised gas emission (magenta line).

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Same as in Fig. 13 but for galaxies with 2 mag >m(3.4 μm)−m(4.6 μm) ≥ 1.5 mag.

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Same as in Fig. 13 but for galaxies with m(3.4 μm)−m(4.6 μm) < 0.5 mag.

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