2012MNRAS.426.2522P


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2012MNRAS.426.2522P - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 426, 2522-2565 (2012/November-1)

A Suzaku survey of Fe K lines in Seyfert 1 active galactic nuclei.

PATRICK A.R., REEVES J.N., PORQUET D., MARKOWITZ A.G., BRAITO V. and LOBBAN A.P.

Abstract (from CDS):

We construct full broad-band models in an analysis of Suzaku observations of nearby Seyfert 1 active galactic nuclei (AGN) (z ≤ 0.2) with exposures >50ks and with greater than 30000 counts in order to study their iron line profiles. This results in a sample of 46 objects and 84 observations. After a full modelling of the broad-band Suzaku and Swift-Burst Alert Telescope data (0.6–100keV), we find complex warm absorption is present in 59 per cent of the objects in this sample which has a significant bearing upon the derived FeK region parameters. Meanwhile 35 per cent of the 46 objects require some degree of high column density partial coverer in order to fully model the hard X-ray spectrum. We also find that a large number of the objects in the sample (22 per cent) require high velocity, high ionization outflows in the FeK region resulting from FeXXV and FeXXVI. A further four AGN feature highly ionized FeK absorbers consistent with zero outflow velocity, making a total of 14/46 (30 per cent) AGN in this sample showing evidence for statistically significant absorption in the FeK region.

Narrow FeKα emission from distant material at 6.4keV is found to be almost ubiquitous in these AGN. Examining the 6–7keV FeK region we note that narrow emission lines originating from FeXXV at 6.63–6.70keV and from FeXXVI at 6.97keV are present in 52 and 39 per cent of objects, respectively.

Our results suggest statistically significant relativistic FeKα emission is detected in 23 of 46 objects (50 per cent) at >99.5 per cent confidence, measuring an average emissivity index of q = 2.4±0.1 and equivalent width \mo (\mi EW\mo)\mn 96=±\mn 10eV using the RELLINE model. When parametrized with a Gaussian we find an average line energy of 6.32±0.04keV, σwidth= 0.470±0.05keV and \mi EW==\mn 97=±\mn 19eV. Where we can place constraints upon the black hole spin parameter a, we do not require a maximally spinning black hole in all cases.

Alexander von Humboldt Fellow.


Abstract Copyright: © 2012 The Authors Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society © 2012 RAS

Journal keyword(s): black hole physics - galaxies: active - galaxies: Seyfert - X-rays: galaxies

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/MNRAS/426/2522): table1.dat table3.dat table4.dat tableb1.dat>

Simbad objects: 47

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Number of rows : 47

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2020
#notes
1 Mrk 335 Sy1 00 06 19.5371542746 +20 12 10.617456059   14.19 13.85     ~ 1066 0
2 Ton S 180 Sy1 00 57 20.2038086128 -22 22 56.577563819   14.60 14.34 15.23   ~ 266 0
3 Mrk 355 G 01 22 40.7746068848 +26 52 06.116943612   15.2       ~ 16 0
4 ESO 113-45 Sy1 01 23 45.7630391439 -58 48 20.811630442   14.08 13.83 13.34   ~ 748 0
5 Mrk 359 Sy1 01 27 32.5219447154 +19 10 43.837247537   14.89 14.22     ~ 269 0
6 NGC 1365 Sy1 03 33 36.458 -36 08 26.37 10.48 10.08 9.63 8.79 9.7 ~ 1480 2
7 3C 111 Sy1 04 18 21.2773655604 +38 01 35.801523843   19.75 18.05     ~ 841 1
8 LB 1727 Sy1 04 26 00.7188445954 -57 12 01.772037544 13.68 14.58 14.37 14.8   ~ 230 0
9 Mrk 1506 Sy1 04 33 11.0958197353 +05 21 15.617543663   15.72 15.05 10.08   ~ 1813 2
10 Mrk 1095 Sy1 05 16 11.4093760763 -00 08 59.158774578   14.30 13.92     ~ 755 0
11 MCG-02-14-009 Sy1 05 16 21.2188391365 -10 33 41.416346872   15.0   13.30   ~ 48 0
12 UGC 3374 Sy1 05 54 53.6085733702 +46 26 21.625853190   15.37 14.62     ~ 449 2
13 Mrk 79 Sy1 07 42 32.8212778143 +49 48 34.787882233   14.74 14.27     ~ 612 1
14 Mrk 110 Sy1 09 25 12.8479868736 +52 17 10.386808297   16.82 16.41     ~ 494 0
15 NGC 2992 Sy2 09 45 42.045 -14 19 34.90 13.54 13.14 12.18 12.6 12.2 ~ 768 3
16 ESO 434-40 Sy2 09 47 40.1345889569 -30 56 55.959492708   14.10 13.69 12.44   ~ 476 0
17 NGC 3147 Sy2 10 16 53.632 +73 24 02.34   11.43 10.61     ~ 414 2
18 NGC 3227 GiP 10 23 30.57 +19 51 54.3   12.61 11.79     ~ 1496 2
19 NGC 3516 Sy1 11 06 47.4596406816 +72 34 07.189563769   13.12 12.40     ~ 1392 0
20 NGC 3783 Sy1 11 39 01.7095761008 -37 44 19.008597647   12.46 13.43 11.33 12.1 ~ 1449 0
21 NGC 4051 Sy1 12 03 09.6098828919 +44 31 52.693714606   11.08 12.92 9.94   ~ 1956 1
22 NGC 4151 Sy1 12 10 32.5771747733 +39 24 21.057727323   12.18 11.48     ~ 3315 2
23 PB 3894 Sy1 12 14 17.6737003918 +14 03 13.182526431   14.46 14.19     ~ 724 0
24 NGC 4253 Sy1 12 18 26.5155239433 +29 48 46.518670434   14.34 13.57     ~ 915 1
25 Mrk 205 Sy1 12 21 44.0723278508 +75 18 38.242986688   15.64 15.24 14.7   ~ 444 0
26 2MASS J12313656+7044144 Sy1 12 31 36.5587967928 +70 44 14.354955852     15.66     ~ 42 0
27 NGC 4593 Sy1 12 39 39.4435521178 -05 20 39.035028119   13.95 13.15     ~ 919 0
28 2MASX J13251937-3824524 Sy1 13 25 19.3805503234 -38 24 52.611897329   16.64 13.80 15.33   ~ 325 0
29 ESO 383-35 Sy1 13 35 53.7686909139 -34 17 44.139127597   13.89 13.61 8.9   ~ 1361 0
30 ESO 445-50 Sy1 13 49 19.2607281800 -30 18 34.224136831   13.81 13.66 12.18   ~ 718 0
31 Mrk 279 Sy1 13 53 03.4356451470 +69 18 29.410672989   15.15 14.46     ~ 676 0
32 NGC 5506 AGN 14 13 14.901 -03 12 27.22   15.25 14.38     ~ 972 0
33 NGC 5548 Sy1 14 17 59.5401093128 +25 08 12.600227883   14.35 13.73     ~ 2340 0
34 Mrk 841 Sy1 15 04 01.1935077982 +10 26 15.778741853   14.50 14.27     ~ 575 0
35 QSO B1725-142 QSO 17 28 19.7893541722 -14 15 55.855574749   14.69 14.03 13.7   ~ 211 0
36 ICRF J183503.3+324146 Sy1 18 35 03.3896681512 +32 41 46.856048508   16.50 15.39 10.50   ~ 573 1
37 ICRF J184208.9+794617 Sy1 18 42 08.9910523393 +79 46 17.129210139   16.06 15.38     ~ 1193 0
38 2MAXI J2042+751 Sy1 20 42 37.3081453418 +75 08 02.444858560     14.46 13.80   ~ 206 0
39 Mrk 509 Sy1 20 44 09.7504131334 -10 43 24.724854084   13.35 13.12 10.7   ~ 1098 0
40 IRAS 21262+5643 Sy1 21 27 45.3943647524 +56 56 34.913660916       16.6   ~ 125 0
41 NGC 7213 Sy1 22 09 16.2106632887 -47 10 00.082166299   10.97 12.08 10.50 10.6 ~ 574 0
42 LEDA 68751 Sy1 22 23 49.7 -02 06 13   16.93 15.77 16.02   ~ 426 2
43 NGC 7314 Sy1 22 35 46.1969940596 -26 03 01.574026329   11.62 13.11 10.61 11.4 ~ 493 0
44 UGC 12163 Sy1 22 42 39.3364258078 +29 43 31.301194419   14.86 14.16     ~ 603 1
45 NAME MR 2251-178 Sy1 22 54 05.8858021308 -17 34 55.403006841   14.99 14.36 15.12   ~ 369 3
46 NGC 7469 Sy1 23 03 15.674 +08 52 25.28 12.60 13.00 12.34     ~ 1848 3
47 Mrk 926 Sy1 23 04 43.4773393553 -08 41 08.632325890   16.20 15.91 9.4   ~ 393 0

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