2003A&A...412..633Z


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2003A&A...412..633Z - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 412, 633-650 (2003/12-4)

The luminous and dark matter content of disk galaxies.

ZAVALA J., AVILA-REESE V., HERNANDEZ-TOLEDO H. and FIRMANI C.

Abstract (from CDS):

We have compiled a sample of disk galaxies with available photometry in the B and K bands, velocity line-widths and HI integral fluxes. Several parameters that trace the luminous, baryonic and dark matter contents were inferred. We investigated how these parameters vary with different galaxy properties, and compared the results with predictions of galaxy evolutionary models in the context of the Λ Cold Dark Matter (ΛCDM) cosmogony. The ratio of disk-to-total maximum circular velocity, (Vd,m/Vt,m), depends mainly on the central disk surface density Σd,0 (or surface brightness, SB), increasing roughly as Σd,00.15. While a fraction of high SB galaxies have a (Vd,m/Vt,m) ratio corresponding to the maximum disk solution, the low SB are completely dark matter dominated. The trend is similar for the models, although they have slightly smaller (Vd,m/Vt,m) ratios than observations, in particular at the highest SBs and when small baryon fractions are used. The scatter in the (Vd,m/Vt,m)-Σd,0 plot is large. An analysis of residuals shows that (Vd,m/Vt,m) tends to decrease as the galaxy is redder, more luminous (massive), and of earlier type. The models allow us to explain the physics of these results, which imply a connexion between halo structure and luminous properties. The dynamical-to-baryon mass and dynamical mass-to-light (B and K) ratios at a given radius were also estimated. All these ratios, for observations and models, decrease with Σd,0 (or SB) and do not correlate significantly with the galaxy scale, contrary to what has been reported in previous works, based on the analysis of rotation curve shapes. We discuss this difference and state the importance of solving the controversy of whether the dark and luminous contents in disk galaxies depend on SB or luminosity. The broad agreement between the models and observations presented here regarding the trends of the dynamical-to-baryon matter and mass-to-light ratios with several galaxy properties favors the ΛCDM scenario. However, the excess of dark matter inside the optical region of disk galaxies remains the main difficulty.

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Journal keyword(s): cosmology: dark matter - galaxies: evolution - galaxies: fundamental parameters - galaxies: halos

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/412/633): table1.dat>

Simbad objects: 89

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Number of rows : 89

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 NGC 23 G 00 09 53.411 +25 55 25.46   12.5       ~ 290 3
2 UGC 128 LSB 00 13 50.93 +35 59 36.6   16.5       ~ 87 1
3 ESO 350-11 Sy1 00 22 30.5624749657 -34 07 14.349523462   15.52 16.1 14.67   ~ 21 0
4 UGC 242 G 00 25 28.7535557385 +20 14 15.632507305   14.3       ~ 30 0
5 UGC 334 G 00 33 54.89 +31 27 00.8   15.7       ~ 36 0
6 NGC 214 AGN 00 41 28.0224647822 +25 29 57.842961904   13.0       ~ 147 0
7 M 31 G 00 42 44.330 +41 16 07.50 4.86 4.36 3.44     ~ 11199 1
8 NGC 251 GiP 00 47 54.031 +19 35 48.51   14.6       ~ 39 0
9 UGC 628 G 01 00 52.05 +19 28 32.9   17       ~ 43 0
10 NGC 691 GiG 01 50 41.7086928919 +21 45 35.895315871   13.5       ~ 127 0
11 ESO 153-17 EmG 02 05 05.569 -55 06 42.84   13.92   12.71 13.6 ~ 40 0
12 IC 200 GiG 02 05 26.6652529145 +31 10 31.167406814   14.00       ~ 63 1
13 IC 213 GiG 02 14 04.2844455634 +16 27 21.282597144   15.4       ~ 35 0
14 UGC 2064 GiG 02 35 10.124 +20 51 05.27   15.0       ~ 39 0
15 UGC 2081 LSB 02 36 00.9712099733 +00 25 12.698855730   14.0   13.7 14.2 ~ 55 0
16 NGC 1096 G 02 43 49.2620990702 -59 54 48.286358252   13.75   12.18 13.0 ~ 28 0
17 ESO 552-19 G 04 53 34.2711133808 -17 55 22.349681104   15.28   14.01   ~ 19 0
18 ESO 252-10 G 05 06 09.672 -45 02 49.60   14.20   12.88   ~ 21 0
19 ESO 122-4 G 06 42 13.0985993653 -61 04 14.772644182   15.22   13.53   ~ 15 0
20 UGC 4308 AGN 08 17 25.776 +21 41 08.06   14.5       ~ 91 0
21 NGC 2575 GiG 08 22 44.969 +24 17 49.09   14.3       ~ 68 0
22 UGC 4375 GiP 08 23 11.2793626796 +22 39 52.801470147   14.6       ~ 78 0
23 NGC 2595 H2G 08 27 41.986 +21 28 44.73   13.9       ~ 166 0
24 LEDA 86665 LSB 08 46 37.8 +18 53 25   17.21       ~ 43 0
25 LEDA 86666 LSB 08 53 03.9 +18 26 09           ~ 65 0
26 LSB F563-1 LSB 08 55 01.4 +19 45 06           ~ 63 0
27 NGC 2916 Sy2 09 34 57.5939750994 +21 42 18.947459809 12.81 12.74 12.05     ~ 129 1
28 LEDA 86670 LSB 09 37 36.6 +21 46 15           ~ 45 0
29 NGC 3041 AGN 09 53 07.1444444552 +16 40 39.577726669   13.1       ~ 116 0
30 ESO 374-9 G 09 54 59.0354323239 -34 03 43.174238715   15.55   14.18   ~ 15 0
31 NGC 3162 GiG 10 13 31.5928405755 +22 44 15.161785167   12.2       ~ 123 0
32 NGC 3185 GiP 10 17 38.5632620545 +21 41 17.601414448   12.99 12.17 12.37   ~ 263 1
33 UGC 5633 G 10 24 40.126 +14 45 22.10   15.4       ~ 52 0
34 LSB F568-3 LSB 10 26 59 +22 13.6           ~ 74 0
35 LEDA 86672 LSB 10 45 02.064 +22 03 15.54           ~ 72 0
36 NGC 3455 GiP 10 54 31.0915671343 +17 17 04.949559164   13.1       ~ 146 0
37 UGC 6399 G 11 23 23.2220055506 +50 53 33.592165266   14.9       ~ 91 0
38 LEDA 86674 LSB 11 26 18.9 +18 50 08           ~ 44 0
39 UGC 6446 GiC 11 26 40.4634006889 +53 44 47.988050815   14.5       ~ 137 0
40 NGC 3684 GiP 11 27 11.173 +17 01 49.12   12.1       ~ 159 0
41 NGC 3686 GiP 11 27 43.942 +17 13 26.61   11.6       ~ 174 0
42 NGC 3718 GiP 11 32 34.8527469396 +53 04 04.494313634   11.35 10.61     ~ 351 1
43 NGC 3726 GiG 11 33 21.1357515876 +47 01 45.260627622   11.11   10.02   ~ 328 0
44 NGC 3729 GiP 11 33 49.321 +53 07 31.79   12.2       ~ 179 1
45 NGC 3769 GiP 11 37 44.0705963782 +47 53 34.752073144   11.7       ~ 157 0
46 NGC 3877 GiG 11 46 07.782 +47 29 40.20   11.8       ~ 282 0
47 NGC 3884 LIN 11 46 12.1815824499 +20 23 29.916246389   13.79 12.88 12.61   ~ 143 0
48 UGC 6773 G 11 48 00.64 +49 48 29.9   15.2       ~ 46 0
49 NGC 3893 GiP 11 48 38.207 +48 42 38.84   11.23 10.67     ~ 337 1
50 NGC 3917 GiP 11 50 45.487 +51 49 27.16   12.5       ~ 166 0
51 UGC 6818 G 11 50 46.9796198708 +45 48 26.398610841   14.6       ~ 68 0
52 NGC 3949 GiG 11 53 41.7329679734 +47 51 31.426105104   10.9       ~ 301 1
53 NGC 3953 GiG 11 53 49.0087614111 +52 19 36.473777126   11.08   9.71   ~ 320 0
54 NGC 3972 GiP 11 55 45.117 +55 19 14.42   13.14   11.94   ~ 182 1
55 UGC 6917 GiG 11 56 28.773 +50 25 42.22   14.0       ~ 120 0
56 NGC 3985 GiG 11 56 42.1292111140 +48 20 03.125688318   13.0       ~ 100 0
57 UGC 6923 GiC 11 56 49.526 +53 09 37.21   13.90   12.96   ~ 130 0
58 M 109 GiG 11 57 35.984 +53 22 28.27   10.94   9.57   ~ 424 0
59 UGC 6983 GiC 11 59 08.734 +52 42 28.03   14.5       ~ 154 0
60 NGC 4051 Sy1 12 03 09.6098828919 +44 31 52.693714606   11.08 12.92 9.94   ~ 2027 1
61 NGC 4088 GiP 12 05 34.2188954517 +50 32 21.031900467   11.2       ~ 373 1
62 UGC 7089 GiP 12 05 57.746 +43 08 36.08   14.40       ~ 94 1
63 NGC 4100 GiG 12 06 08.602 +49 34 56.32   11.7       ~ 219 0
64 UGC 7094 GiP 12 06 10.774 +42 57 20.85   15.6       ~ 50 0
65 NGC 4102 LIN 12 06 23.115 +52 42 39.42   11.8       ~ 381 1
66 NGC 4117 GiP 12 07 46.1189912728 +43 07 34.849492207   14.04       ~ 150 1
67 NGC 4138 Sy1 12 09 29.788 +43 41 07.14 12.46 12.29 11.32 10.82   ~ 365 1
68 NGC 4152 AGN 12 10 37.511 +16 01 58.56   14.00 13.35     ~ 218 0
69 NGC 4218 GiP 12 15 46.1786868267 +48 07 52.630641133   13.2       ~ 82 0
70 NGC 4220 GiP 12 16 11.733 +47 53 00.07   12.4       ~ 137 0
71 NGC 4237 AGN 12 17 11.4206478732 +15 19 26.557652826   12.3       ~ 235 0
72 NGC 4394 GiP 12 25 55.6370604801 +18 12 50.115665445   11.9       ~ 337 0
73 LSB F574-1 LSB 12 38 13.3 +22 17 59           ~ 54 0
74 NGC 4651 LIN 12 43 42.627 +16 23 36.23   11.30 10.92 10.42 9.84 ~ 471 0
75 NGC 5016 AGN 13 12 06.6702084873 +24 05 41.970504488   13.180 12.558 12.093 11.547 ~ 139 0
76 NGC 5375 LIN 13 56 56.0065978386 +29 09 51.651196095   12.78 12.08 11.65 11.65 ~ 112 1
77 NGC 5735 LIN 14 42 33.2404373570 +28 43 35.229757098   14.06 13.36     ~ 60 0
78 NGC 5962 GiP 15 36 31.6808963190 +16 36 27.929023082 12.04 11.98 11.34     ~ 226 1
79 NGC 5970 GiP 15 38 29.982 +12 11 11.79   12.2       ~ 162 0
80 NGC 6012 G 15 54 13.9058160507 +14 36 04.281115506   13.209 12.420 11.870 11.195 ~ 118 0
81 LEDA 86657 LSB 15 57 27.483 +20 39 59.12           ~ 90 0
82 UGC 10445 SBG 16 33 47.1779742024 +28 59 01.514528137   13.30 13.96     ~ 120 1
83 NGC 6962 LIN 20 47 19.0647983663 +00 19 14.919360084 13.38 13.00 12.14     ~ 123 1
84 NGC 7177 LIN 22 00 41.250 +17 44 17.22   12.2       ~ 186 0
85 NGC 7479 Sy2 23 04 56.668 +12 19 22.36 11.74 11.60 10.85 10.47 9.66 ~ 682 2
86 NGC 7610 GiC 23 19 41.367 +10 11 05.93   14.9       ~ 78 0
87 NGC 7678 AGN 23 28 27.8602784329 +22 25 16.572970163   15.3       ~ 184 0
88 NGC 7685 GiG 23 30 33.508 +03 54 05.72   15.0       ~ 38 0
89 NGC 7691 EmG 23 32 24.412 +15 50 52.03   14.2       ~ 72 0

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