1998A&AS..130..285C


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1998A&AS..130..285C - Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 130, 285-298 (1998/June-1)

Starbursts in barred spiral galaxies. III. Definition of a homogeneous sample of starburst nucleus galaxies.

CONTINI T., CONSIDERE S. and DAVOUST E.

Abstract (from CDS):

This paper presents optical long-slit spectroscopic observations of 105 barred Markarian IRAS galaxies. These observations are used to determine the spectral type (starburst or Seyfert) of emission-line regions in the nucleus and along the bar of the galaxies, in order to define a homogeneous sample of Starburst Nucleus Galaxies (SBNGs). Our selection criteria (ultraviolet excess, far infrared emission and barred morphology) have been very efficient for selecting star-forming galaxies, since our sample of 221 emission-line regions includes 82% nuclear or extranuclear starbursts. The contamination by Seyferts is low (9%). The remaining galaxies (9%) are objects with ambiguous classification (Hii or LINER). The dust content and Hα luminosity increase towards the nuclei of the galaxies. No significant variation of the electron density is found between nuclear and bar Hii regions. However, the mean Hα luminosity and electron density in the bar are higher than in typical disk Hii regions. We investigate different mechanisms for explaining the excess of nitrogen emission observed in our starburst nuclei. There is no evidence for the presence of a weak hidden active galactic nucleus in our starburst galaxies. The cause of this excess is probably a selective enrichment of nitrogen in the nuclei of the galaxies, following a succession of short and intense bursts of star formation. Our sample of SBNGs, located at a mean redshift of ∼0.015, has moderate Hα (∼1041erg/s) and far infrared (∼1010L) luminosities. The types are distributed equally among early- and late-type giant spirals with a slight preference for Sbc/Sc types because of their barred morphology. The majority (62%) of SBNGs are isolated with no sign of gravitational interaction. In terms of distance, luminosity and level of interaction, SBNGs are intermediate between Hii galaxies and luminous infrared galaxies.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: starburst - galaxies: active - galaxies: statistics - galaxies: ISM - infrared: galaxies

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Simbad objects: 147

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Number of rows : 147

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 NGC 23 G 00 09 53.411 +25 55 25.46   12.5       ~ 286 3
2 Mrk 339 GiG 00 24 42.6928232849 +14 49 28.512925171   14.6       ~ 32 0
3 Mrk 552 GiG 00 31 18.844 +08 28 30.33   15.0   13.40   ~ 71 0
4 Mrk 955 Sy2 00 37 35.807 +00 16 50.49   15.01 14.09     ~ 58 0
5 Mrk 960 bCG 00 48 35.430 -12 42 59.77   15.5       ~ 102 0
6 Mrk 1149 AGN 00 56 12.3989605389 -14 16 32.097202015   16.16 15.32     ~ 31 0
7 NGC 341 IG 01 00 45.813 -09 11 08.75   14.1   13.8 13.4 ~ 51 0
8 NGC 354 G 01 03 16.3699712053 +22 20 33.327760964   14.2       ~ 58 0
9 NGC 446 AGN 01 16 03.6288511758 +04 17 38.960690313   13.8       ~ 64 1
10 NGC 449 Sy2 01 16 07.2096682810 +33 05 21.651153340   15.90 14.96     ~ 270 4
11 Mrk 984 LIN 01 19 24.153 +12 26 49.03   16.44 15.96     ~ 39 1
12 Mrk 358 Sy1 01 26 33.5879355409 +31 36 58.708299134   16.02 15.23     ~ 95 0
13 Mrk 359 Sy1 01 27 32.5219447154 +19 10 43.837247537   14.89 14.22     ~ 277 0
14 NGC 591 Sy2 01 33 31.2334491603 +35 40 05.621946090   14.71 13.90     ~ 187 2
15 NGC 622 EmG 01 36 00.134 +00 39 48.14   13.96 13.30 12.71 12.00 ~ 104 0
16 Mrk 575 GiG 01 48 33.0997962145 +12 36 49.806839861   14.0       ~ 59 0
17 NGC 688 GiG 01 50 44.1670610061 +35 17 04.408039437   13.3   12.32   ~ 89 0
18 Mrk 2 GiG 01 54 53.807 +36 55 04.64   14.2   13.05   ~ 128 1
19 NGC 783 GiG 02 01 06.6091614004 +31 52 56.752906147   12.84       ~ 67 1
20 NGC 848 EmG 02 10 17.5101354599 -10 19 15.440210938   13.35       ~ 56 1
21 Mrk 592 H2G 02 19 41.179 -00 15 20.66   14.6       ~ 45 0
22 NGC 927 G 02 26 37.2832074811 +12 09 18.730215854   14.5       ~ 46 0
23 NGC 987 GiG 02 36 49.609 +33 19 38.12   13.4       ~ 36 0
24 Mrk 1050 GiG 02 37 40.0075474563 +34 25 53.751683793   13.9       ~ 53 0
25 Mrk 1058 Sy2 02 49 51.8285815924 +34 59 16.851915492   15.48 14.54     ~ 67 0
26 IC 277 GiG 02 59 50.601 +02 46 16.83   13.8 15.5     ~ 71 0
27 Mrk 1066 Sy2 02 59 58.5970307633 +36 49 13.808979663   14.89 13.96     ~ 322 1
28 NGC 1164 GiG 03 01 59.8407855873 +42 35 05.745379421   14.4       ~ 45 0
29 Mrk 1073 Sy2 03 15 01.406 +42 02 08.39   15.05 14.18 12.54   ~ 177 1
30 Mrk 1076 GiP 03 19 43.0391224711 +00 33 55.729212645   15.6       ~ 28 0
31 NGC 1507 H2G 04 04 27.36 -02 11 10.1   12.8 12.36 13.0 12.9 ~ 120 0
32 NGC 1614 AGN 04 34 00.027 -08 34 44.57   14.66 13.99     ~ 604 0
33 Mrk 618 Sy1 04 36 22.2984932129 -10 22 33.987352636   15.08 14.51 10.7   ~ 224 0
34 Mrk 1086 G 04 48 29.703 -01 32 18.57   16.0       ~ 20 0
35 NGC 1691 GiG 04 54 38.326 +03 16 04.54   13.2       ~ 61 0
36 IC 401 G 05 04 19.6248342662 -10 04 35.851103015   13.6   13.8 13.4 ~ 33 0
37 NGC 1819 GiC 05 11 46.150 +05 12 02.21   13.7       ~ 97 0
38 Mrk 4 GiG 06 28 00.024 +74 18 06.08   15.0       ~ 32 0
39 NGC 2273 Sy2 06 50 08.6724567505 +60 50 44.879789544   14.50 13.54     ~ 466 3
40 Mrk 373 Sy1 06 54 35.079 +50 21 09.03   15.0       ~ 41 0
41 Mrk 374 Sy1 06 59 38.0988523296 +54 11 47.505108043   15.31 14.61     ~ 113 0
42 Mrk 1200 GiG 07 25 01.5022607437 +27 19 27.527380975   14.8       ~ 23 0
43 Mrk 79 Sy1 07 42 32.8212778143 +49 48 34.787882233   14.74 14.27     ~ 639 1
44 Mrk 78 Sy2 07 42 41.7030525112 +65 10 37.433697338   15.57 14.58     ~ 332 2
45 Mrk 10 Sy1 07 47 29.0804248574 +60 56 00.665770179   15.18 14.71     ~ 219 0
46 Mrk 12 GiG 07 50 49.9392418929 +74 21 27.344222423   12.7       ~ 64 0
47 Mrk 382 Sy1 07 55 25.2939598975 +39 11 09.911049036   16.45 16.11     ~ 163 0
48 IC 2209 GiP 07 56 14.1514889875 +60 18 14.811082304   14.5       ~ 54 0
49 NGC 2512 GiG 08 03 07.8433211687 +23 23 30.540373428   14.2       ~ 68 0
50 NGC 2537 IG 08 13 14.643 +45 59 23.25 12.18 12.50 11.69 11.66   ~ 274 1
51 NGC 2565 GiG 08 19 48.3004617416 +22 01 53.134263094   13.8       ~ 109 0
52 NGC 2544 GiP 08 21 40.3321915842 +73 59 18.035811334   13.98 13.09     ~ 44 0
53 NVSS J082959+524152 rG 08 29 59.9649899695 +52 41 49.895974783   13.9       ~ 59 0
54 NGC 2718 AGN 08 58 50.468 +06 17 34.78   14.97 14.24     ~ 81 0
55 IC 528 G 09 09 22.5577728356 +15 47 46.140930390   15.14   13.53   ~ 37 0
56 Mrk 1231 Sy2 09 19 32.736 -10 29 55.35   15.0       ~ 21 0
57 Mrk 109 GiP 09 22 25.275 +47 14 40.06   15.6       ~ 32 0
58 Mrk 114 EmG 09 30 11.755 +55 51 08.73   14.50       ~ 66 0
59 NGC 2893 G 09 30 16.9562425723 +29 32 23.883900204   13.6 13.11     ~ 109 1
60 NGC 2966 GiP 09 42 11.484 +04 40 23.35   14.0       ~ 100 0
61 NGC 2963 G 09 47 50.387 +72 57 51.60   14.3   9.6   ~ 33 0
62 Mrk 21 rG 09 48 30.930 +57 58 14.83   15.1       ~ 32 0
63 NGC 3049 EmG 09 54 49.651 +09 16 17.90   13.04       ~ 292 1
64 Mrk 712 H2G 09 56 42.4725252116 +15 38 11.366067791   14.3       ~ 58 0
65 Mrk 412 G 09 57 59.676 +32 14 22.90   15.5 14.13     ~ 34 0
66 NGC 3066 GiP 10 02 10.9014314395 +72 07 30.850746153   12.8       ~ 72 0
67 Mrk 718 GiG 10 12 11.7799011303 +04 55 24.400133337   14.5       ~ 24 0
68 Mrk 141 Sy1 10 19 12.5634677324 +63 58 02.618352314   16.32 16.00     ~ 138 0
69 NGC 3188 rG 10 19 42.8148398020 +57 25 24.353375798   14.7       ~ 46 0
70 NVSS J103347+522215 rG 10 33 47.8493659024 +52 22 16.618916064   14.9       ~ 26 0
71 FIRST J104852.5+500211 rG 10 48 52.4860587666 +50 02 11.915988336   15.0       ~ 25 0
72 Mrk 1273 GiG 10 58 46.853 -09 50 42.75   15.16       ~ 24 0
73 NVSS J110158+451343 rG 11 01 58.996 +45 13 40.89   13.4       ~ 59 0
74 IC 676 GiG 11 12 39.8140774166 +09 03 19.836734750   13.4       ~ 123 0
75 Mrk 38 PaG 11 18 17.069 +53 44 59.51   15.2       ~ 40 0
76 Mrk 39 GiP 11 18 20.753 +53 45 09.77   17.0       ~ 24 0
77 NGC 3660 Sy2 11 23 32.2791583222 -08 39 30.755681618   15.34 14.45     ~ 164 0
78 NGC 3725 LIN 11 33 40.5333190247 +61 53 16.863926115   13.6       ~ 67 0
79 Mrk 1302 G 11 38 54.934 +03 34 51.16   14.7       ~ 34 0
80 NGC 3811 G 11 41 16.655 +47 41 26.62   13.0       ~ 150 0
81 Mrk 1452 G 11 43 46.3862068765 +55 02 50.874431633   15.3       ~ 24 0
82 NGC 3888 GiG 11 47 34.332 +55 58 02.13   12.6       ~ 121 0
83 Mrk 752 Sy1 11 52 43.4408209401 +01 44 26.800621709   14.40   13.618 14.2 ~ 70 0
84 Mrk 42 Sy1 11 53 41.7727871132 +46 12 42.171866526   16.24 15.45     ~ 194 0
85 NGC 4123 AGN 12 08 11.082 +02 52 41.91   13.1       ~ 310 1
86 NGC 4152 AGN 12 10 37.511 +16 01 58.56   14.00 13.35     ~ 216 0
87 NGC 4253 Sy1 12 18 26.5155239433 +29 48 46.518670434   14.34 13.57     ~ 938 1
88 NGC 4385 AGN 12 25 42.8108150606 +00 34 21.279221919   14.63 14.12 13.1 12.8 ~ 249 0
89 NGC 4416 GiG 12 26 46.720 +07 55 07.80   13.15 11.57     ~ 151 0
90 NGC 4500 bCG 12 31 22.1543090614 +57 57 52.622597281   13.2       ~ 109 0
91 NGC 4593 Sy1 12 39 39.4435521178 -05 20 39.035028119   13.95 13.15     ~ 959 0
92 NGC 4719 AGN 12 50 08.7204541573 +33 09 32.930445506   14.20       ~ 77 0
93 NGC 4779 H2G 12 53 50.863 +09 42 35.71   13.5       ~ 114 0
94 Mrk 58 EmG 12 59 05.295 +27 38 39.85 14.90 15.1 14.54     ~ 107 0
95 Mrk 236 Sy1 13 00 19.9751074638 +61 39 18.150789020   17.12 16.80     ~ 69 0
96 NGC 4904 Sy1 13 00 58.667 -00 01 38.83   13.2       ~ 138 0
97 NGC 4990 AGN 13 09 17.3014577248 -05 16 22.059878520   14.38 13.82 14.2 13.7 ~ 53 0
98 NGC 5107 GiP 13 21 25.269 +38 32 10.96   13.7       ~ 79 0
99 NGC 5164 GiP 13 27 11.9006726519 +55 29 13.791795205   14.6       ~ 32 0
100 Mrk 262 G 13 30 17.688 +75 34 07.79   16.0       ~ 16 0
101 FIRST J133411.8+515320 rG 13 34 11.8838817069 +51 53 20.417846006   17.0       ~ 17 0
102 NGC 5278 IG 13 41 39.6060758415 +55 40 14.410108919   13.6       ~ 93 1
103 Mrk 1361 Sy2 13 47 04.3557226298 +11 06 22.671644597   15.5       ~ 54 0
104 NGC 5350 GiP 13 53 21.584 +40 21 50.24   12.4   10.99   ~ 198 0
105 NGC 5339 GiG 13 54 00.2662830562 -07 55 50.388134358   16.5       ~ 64 0
106 NVSS J135431+150239 rG 13 54 31.154 +15 02 38.84   14.1       ~ 61 0
107 NGC 5383 GiG 13 57 04.975 +41 50 46.60   12.5   10.95   ~ 315 0
108 NGC 5430 EmG 14 00 45.820 +59 19 43.14   12.7       ~ 231 1
109 NGC 5421 IG 14 01 41.55 +33 49 30.5   14.3 14.3     ~ 54 0
110 UGC 9002 GiP 14 04 53.635 +12 43 17.64   15.3       ~ 24 0
111 Mrk 803 GiP 14 04 54.740 +12 42 16.87           ~ 22 0
112 Mrk 804 G 14 06 00.747 +12 47 04.84   14.7       ~ 23 0
113 NGC 5534 EmG 14 17 40.2660126706 -07 25 02.607379548   13.6   13.4 12.7 ~ 80 0
114 Mrk 471 Sy2 14 22 55.3335260826 +32 51 02.364766695   15.27 14.42     ~ 131 1
115 NGC 5657 rG 14 30 43.641 +29 10 50.31   14.4       ~ 74 0
116 NGC 5683 Sy1 14 34 52.4562711819 +48 39 42.737545132   16.46 16.08     ~ 158 0
117 NGC 5695 Sy2 14 37 22.142 +36 34 04.27   14.55 13.60     ~ 195 0
118 Mrk 288 G 14 50 46.937 +73 49 20.60   15.4       ~ 18 0
119 IC 1076 rG 14 54 59.612 +18 02 14.18   13.9       ~ 53 0
120 Mrk 860 AGN 15 39 27.488 +24 56 51.56   15.57 14.80     ~ 52 0
121 NGC 5992 rG 15 44 21.467 +41 05 11.08   14.2       ~ 66 0
122 UGC 10033 IG 15 46 56.1 +17 52 42           ~ 114 0
123 NGC 5996 H2G 15 46 58.872 +17 53 03.18   13.2       ~ 143 0
124 IC 1141 LIN 15 49 46.952 +12 23 57.66   14.5       ~ 46 0
125 Mrk 291 Sy1 15 55 07.9389329589 +19 11 32.564995025   16.15 15.51     ~ 99 0
126 Mrk 493 Sy1 15 59 09.6228325606 +35 01 47.568001984   15.69 15.06     ~ 265 0
127 IC 1189 AGN 16 06 14.8312085890 +18 10 58.407025561   15.5       ~ 56 0
128 IC 1198 Sy1 16 08 36.3764281865 +12 19 51.602411663   15.63 14.94     ~ 107 0
129 Mrk 874 GiP 16 11 46.9 +60 34 51   14.5       ~ 32 0
130 NGC 6484 GiG 17 51 46.9950685916 +24 29 00.883246338   13.5       ~ 46 0
131 Mrk 898 GiG 21 12 10.1156913095 +11 39 33.959133853   15.4       ~ 34 0
132 NGC 7298 GiG 22 30 50.640 -14 11 17.80   14.1   14.0 13.8 ~ 35 0
133 Mrk 306 G 22 31 51.270 +19 41 31.47   14.6       ~ 55 1
134 NGC 7316 G 22 35 56.3493828847 +20 19 20.075647601   13.70       ~ 101 0
135 Mrk 917 Sy2 22 41 07.5807826560 +32 10 11.032162179   14.95 14.10     ~ 84 1
136 IC 1461 rG 22 58 34.2974413279 +15 10 22.021129945   15.41       ~ 40 0
137 NGC 7465 GiP 23 02 00.952 +15 57 53.55   13.3       ~ 261 0
138 NGC 7518 GiP 23 13 12.7537321282 +06 19 18.411674658   14.5       ~ 88 0
139 NGC 7532 GiG 23 14 22.190 -02 43 41.44   14.5   14.5 14.1 ~ 39 0
140 Mrk 319 EmG 23 18 38.350 +25 13 58.57   14.0       ~ 70 0
141 NGC 7624 GiG 23 20 22.632 +27 18 56.67   13.7       ~ 91 0
142 NGC 7674 Sy2 23 27 56.6974755223 +08 46 44.238278540 13.84 13.92 13.23 12.64   ~ 643 4
143 NGC 7677 GiP 23 28 06.240 +23 31 53.19 13.93 13.93 13.19     ~ 118 1
144 NGC 7679 Sy2 23 28 46.670 +03 30 40.99   13.2       ~ 237 1
145 NGC 7714 GiP 23 36 14.099 +02 09 18.07   14.91 14.36     ~ 731 1
146 APG 284 PaG 23 36 19 +02 09.3   12.6       ~ 603 0
147 NGC 7798 H2G 23 59 25.5026958146 +20 44 59.355521544 12.83 12.97 12.37     ~ 102 1

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