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2008MNRAS.390.1217M - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 390, 1217-1228 (2008/November-1)

A broad-band spectral analysis of eight radio-loud type 1 active galactic nuclei selected in the hard X-ray band.

MOLINA M., BASSANI L., MALIZIA A., BIRD A.J., DEAN A.J., FIOCCHI M., PANESSA F., DE ROSA A. and LANDI R.

Abstract (from CDS):

Starting from a complete sample of type 1 active galactic nuclei (AGN) observed by INTEGRAL in the 20-40 keV band, we have selected a set of eight AGN which can be classified as radio-loud objects according to their 1.4 GHz power density, radio-to-hard X-ray flux density ratio and radio morphology. The sample contains six broad-line radio Galaxies and two candidate ones. Most of the objects in our sample display a double-lobe morphology, both on small and large scales. For all the objects, we present broad-band (1-110 keV) spectral analysis using INTEGRAL observations together with archival XMM-Newton, Chandra, Swift/XRT and Swift/BAT data. We constrain the primary continuum (photon index and cut-off energy), intrinsic absorption and reprocessing features (iron line and reflection) in most of the objects. The sources analysed here show remarkable similarities to radio-quiet type 1 AGN with respect to most of the parameters analysed; we only find marginal evidence for weaker reprocessing features in our objects compared to their radio-quiet counterparts. Similarly, we do not find any correlation between the spectral parameters studied and the source core dominance or radio to 20-100 keV flux density ratios, suggesting that what makes our objects radio loud has no effect on their high-energy characteristics.

Abstract Copyright: © 2008 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2008 RAS

Journal keyword(s): galaxies: active - X-rays: galaxies

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