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Paper: Dusty, Intensively Star Forming Hα Emitters (HAEs) in Protocluster 4C23.56
Volume: 499, Revolution in Astronomy with ALMA: The Third Year
Page: 27
Authors: Lee, M.; Suzuki, K.; Kohno, K.; Tamura, Y.; Iono, D.; Hatsukade, B.; Nakanishi, K.; Tanaka, I.; Kodama, T.; Tadaki, K.; Ikarashi, S.; Ueda, J.; Umehata, H.; Saito, T.; Kawabe, R.
Abstract: We report on the measurements of physical properties of HAEs in protocluster 4C23.56 at z = 2.49 using deep and high resolution observations with ALMA at Band 6 (270 GHz) and JVLA at S-band (3 GHz). We detect four and seven out of 24 HAEs from ALMA and JVLA, and we find that the detected samples are in massive-end (log M(M)10.1). We derive extinction-free SFRs and the amount of dust attenuation based on JVLA detections for those without AGN features. The detected HAEs are massive and heavily dust-obscured star forming galaxies. The majority of these HAEs are experiencing burst-like phase. We derive interstellar medium (ISM) masses from the single band ALMA observation and all but one of ALMA detections have ISM mass fractions of ∼ 25% which is a tentatively low value compared to the samples of the general field. This suggests that an accelerated galaxy evolution may have occurred in the over-dense region at this high redshift, though the uncertainty is large.
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