2005A&A...437..849S


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2005A&A...437..849S - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 437, 849-859 (2005/7-3)

Spectroscopic study of blue compact galaxies. V. Oxygen abundance and the metallicity-luminosity relation.

SHI F., KONG X., LI C. and CHENG F.Z.

Abstract (from CDS):

This is the fifth paper in a series studying the stellar components, star formation histories, star formation rates and metallicities of a blue compact galaxy (BCG) sample. Based on our high-quality ground-based spectroscopic observations, we have determined the electron temperatures, electron densities, nitrogen abundances and oxygen abundances for 72 star-forming BCGs in our sample, using different oxygen abundance indicators. The oxygen abundance covers the range 7.15<12+log(O/H)<9.0, and nitrogen is found to be mostly a product of secondary nucleosynthesis for 12+log(O/H)>8.2 and apparently a product of primary nucleosynthesis for 12+log(O/H)<8.2. To assess the possible systematic differences among different oxygen abundance indicators, we have compared oxygen abundances of BCGs obtained with the Te method, R23 method, P method, N2 method and O3N2 method. The oxygen abundances derived from the Te method are systematically lower by 0.1-0.25dex than those derived from the strong line empirical abundance indicators, consistent with previous studies based on HII region samples. We confirm the existence of the metallicity-luminosity relation in BCGs over a large range of abundances and luminosities. Our sample of galaxies shows that the slope of the metallicity-luminosity relation for the luminous galaxies (~-0.05) is slightly shallower than that for the dwarf galaxies (~-0.17). An offset was found in the metallicity-luminosity relation of the local galaxies and that of the intermediate redshift galaxies. It shows that the metallicity-luminosity relation for the emission line galaxies at high redshift is displaced to lower abundances, higher luminosities, or both.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: abundances - galaxies: starburst - stars: formation

CDS comments: Table 1: zw 0855 and Zw 2220 not identified (incomplete format), Zw 2335 = Z 2335.2+2952 (found with the cited reference).

Simbad objects: 71

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Number of rows : 71

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 IC 1586 bCG 00 47 56.301 +22 22 22.51   15.0       ~ 68 0
2 Mrk 960 bCG 00 48 35.430 -12 42 59.77   15.5       ~ 102 0
3 Mrk 360 bCG 01 43 56.5735132715 +17 03 43.402294124   14.7       ~ 34 0
4 Mrk 364 bCG 01 57 49.44 +27 51 56.3   15.2       ~ 15 0
5 Mrk 366 bCG 02 11 33.5504708304 +13 55 01.635445183   15.0       ~ 36 0
6 Mrk 589 bCG 02 13 45.0975990599 +04 06 08.123825070   14.3       ~ 46 0
7 Mrk 1087 AGN 04 49 44.469 +03 20 02.67   15.49 15.04     ~ 75 1
8 VV 790b bCG 05 01 42.056 +03 34 27.84   14.94       ~ 33 0
9 Mrk 1094 bCG 05 10 48.1119078356 -02 40 53.660806071   14.0 14.4     ~ 82 1
10 UGCA 116 H2G 05 55 42.645 +03 23 32.23 10.74 11.68 11.46   11.82 ~ 493 0
11 Mrk 5 H2G 06 42 15.9 +75 37 40   17.0       ~ 107 0
12 Mrk 7 bCG 07 28 11.459 +72 34 23.18   13.9       ~ 73 0
13 IC 2184 PaG 07 29 27.015 +72 07 51.48   14.00       ~ 90 1
14 NGC 2415 bCG 07 36 56.730 +35 14 31.04   12.5       ~ 120 1
15 NVSS J080327+250605 rG 08 03 28.0660569040 +25 06 09.530391846   15.2       ~ 35 0
16 Mrk 390 bCG 08 35 33.053 +30 32 03.42   15.0       ~ 31 0
17 Mrk 105 bCG 09 20 26.34 +71 24 16.0   16.0       ~ 22 0
18 Mrk 116 PaG 09 34 02.1 +55 14 25           ~ 983 1
19 Mrk 402 bCG 09 35 19.178 +30 24 31.95   16.0       ~ 26 0
20 MCG+05-23-040 bCG 09 50 10.920 +28 00 47.27   15.3       ~ 44 0
21 UGCA 201 SBG 10 06 18.175 +28 56 41.49   14.6 14.20     ~ 45 0
22 2MASX J10151467+2106337 bCG 10 15 14.6646547987 +21 06 34.011308586   15.75       ~ 12 0
23 Mrk 33 IG 10 32 31.956 +54 24 03.53 13.29 13.66 13.13 12.71 12.27 ~ 319 1
24 Mrk 148 bCG 10 35 34.865 +44 18 57.08   15.4       ~ 25 0
25 NGC 3353 AGN 10 45 22.390 +55 57 37.36 12.90 13.25 12.79     ~ 315 1
26 Mrk 727 bCG 10 48 44.2071188310 +26 03 12.937217362   15.0       ~ 43 0
27 Mrk 1267 bCG 10 53 03.845 +04 37 54.24   14.1       ~ 70 0
28 Mrk 36 SBG 11 04 58.298 +29 08 16.54   15.50 15.29     ~ 214 0
29 IC 691 AGN 11 26 44.275 +59 09 19.71   14.2       ~ 79 0
30 Mrk 1507 bCG 11 40 24.862 +28 22 25.37   15.21       ~ 46 0
31 NGC 4194 AGN 12 14 09.615 +54 31 35.93   13.79 13.30     ~ 405 2
32 NGC 4218 GiP 12 15 46.1786868267 +48 07 52.630641133   13.2       ~ 77 0
33 Mrk 1318 H2G 12 19 09.840 +03 51 23.34   14.5       ~ 151 0
34 Mrk 209 bCG 12 26 16.02 +48 29 36.6   15.3       ~ 293 0
35 NGC 4500 bCG 12 31 22.1543090614 +57 57 52.622597281   13.2       ~ 105 0
36 Mrk 215 bCG 12 32 34.758 +45 46 03.59   14.5       ~ 30 0
37 UGC 7905 PaG 12 43 46.8 +54 53 59           ~ 22 1
38 UGCA 294 GiG 12 44 38.1428664782 +28 28 20.905987757   14.7       ~ 50 0
39 IC 3730 bCG 12 45 06.560 +21 10 10.48   15.3       ~ 40 0
40 UGC 7950 bCG 12 46 56.426 +51 36 46.80   14.1       ~ 90 0
41 MCG+05-30-081 IG 12 47 08.467 +27 47 35.49   16.0       ~ 23 0
42 Mrk 444 bCG 12 48 41.020 +34 28 39.37   15.5       ~ 28 0
43 Mrk 57 EmG 12 58 37.282 +27 10 35.81   15.88   14.82   ~ 94 0
44 Mrk 235 bCG 13 00 02.109 +33 26 14.90   15       ~ 30 0
45 Mrk 241 bCG 13 06 19.870 +32 58 25.90   16.0       ~ 24 0
46 2MASX J13135774+3518527 bCG 13 13 57.746 +35 18 52.76   16.7       ~ 18 0
47 IC 883 SBG 13 20 35.380 +34 08 21.84   14.8       ~ 362 1
48 UGC 8578 SBG 13 35 35.658 +29 13 01.55   15.25 14.91     ~ 38 0
49 Mrk 275 bCG 13 48 40.4992262644 +31 27 39.048633805   15.5       ~ 31 0
50 MCG+04-33-036 bCG 13 58 23.800 +25 33 00.13   15.2       ~ 31 0
51 Mrk 685 bCG 14 31 08.987 +27 14 14.25   15.2       ~ 57 0
52 MCG+05-34-080 bCG 14 36 08.833 +28 26 58.98   15.4       ~ 44 0
53 MCG+08-27-018 LIN 14 41 17.095 +44 28 43.47   14.50 13.69     ~ 28 0
54 MCG+05-35-008 bCG 14 43 24.7 +28 18 03           ~ 12 0
55 Mrk 829 GiP 14 50 56.495 +35 34 18.27   14.5 14.83     ~ 193 0
56 UGC 9562 GiP 14 51 14.3970867139 +35 32 32.933386615   14.2       ~ 146 0
57 MCG+07-31-004 bCG 14 54 38.983 +42 01 24.60   14.80       ~ 27 0
58 IC 1090 bCG 15 03 45.758 +42 41 58.52   15.1       ~ 20 0
59 NVSS J153554+384029 rG 15 35 53.818 +38 40 30.22           ~ 29 0
60 UGC 9922 PaG 15 35 53.818 +38 40 30.22   14.4       ~ 25 0
61 Mrk 487 bCG 15 37 04.237 +55 15 47.60   15.2       ~ 125 0
62 NGC 6052 IG 16 05 12.8707837896 +20 32 32.613940524 13.01 13.44 13.00     ~ 330 2
63 Mrk 1499 bCG 16 35 20.996 +52 12 52.20   15.6       ~ 54 0
64 Mrk 499 bCG 16 48 24.1214564075 +48 42 32.774673496   14.6       ~ 47 0
65 Mrk 893 bCG 17 15 02.165 +60 12 58.74   16.5       ~ 21 0
66 2MASX J17402482+4743586 bCG 17 40 24.829 +47 43 58.63   14.8       ~ 11 0
67 NGC 7244 bCG 22 16 26.8526315993 +16 28 17.073167051   15.0       ~ 38 0
68 NGC 7468 bCG 23 02 59.172 +16 36 16.20   14.0       ~ 152 0
69 Mrk 322 GiC 23 20 03.02 +26 12 57.0   15.0       ~ 29 0
70 NGC 7673 EmG 23 27 41.060 +23 35 20.18 12.84 13.17 12.76     ~ 261 1
71 NAME Barbon's Galaxy bCG 23 37 39.543 +30 07 45.93   15.50       ~ 56 0

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