2017A&A...603A.113S


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2017A&A...603A.113S - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 603A, 113-113 (2017/7-1)

Arm and interarm abundance gradients in CALIFA spiral galaxies.

SANCHEZ-MENGUIANO L., SANCHEZ S.F., PEREZ I., DEBATTISTA V.P., RUIZ-LARA T., FLORIDO E., CAVICHIA O., GALBANY L., MARINO R.A., MAST D., SANCHEZ-BLAZQUEZ P., MENDEZ-ABREU J., DE LORENZO-CACERES A., CATALAN-TORRECILLA C., CANO-DIAZ M., MARQUEZ I., McINTOSH D.H., ASCASIBAR Y., GARCIA-BENITO R., GONZALEZ DELGADO R.M., KEHRIG C., LOPEZ-SANCHEZ A.R., MOLLA M., BLAND-HAWTHORN J., WALCHER C.J. and COSTANTIN L.

Abstract (from CDS):

Spiral arms are the most singular features in disc galaxies. These structures can exhibit different patterns, namely grand design and flocculent arms, with easily distinguishable characteristics. However, their origin and the mechanisms shaping them are unclear. The overall role of spirals in the chemical evolution of disc galaxies is another unsolved question. In particular, it has not been fully explored if the HII regions of spiral arms present different properties from those located in the interarm regions. Here we analyse the radial oxygen abundance gradient of the arm and interarm star forming regions of 63 face-on spiral galaxies using CALIFA Integral Field Spectroscopy data. We focus the analysis on three characteristic parameters of the profile: slope, zero-point, and scatter. The sample is morphologically separated into flocculent versus grand design spirals and barred versus unbarred galaxies. We find subtle but statistically significant differences betweenthe arm and interarm distributions for flocculent galaxies, suggesting that the mechanisms generating the spiral structure in these galaxies may be different to those producing grand design systems, for which no significant differences are found. We also find small differences in barred galaxies, not observed in unbarred systems, hinting that bars may affect the chemical distribution of these galaxies but not strongly enough as to be reflected in the overall abundance distribution. In light of these results, we propose bars and flocculent structure as two distinct mechanisms inducing differences in the abundance distribution between arm and interarm star forming regions.

Abstract Copyright: © ESO, 2017

Journal keyword(s): galaxies: abundances - galaxies: evolution - galaxies: ISM - galaxies: spiral - techniques: imaging spectroscopy - techniques: spectroscopic - techniques: spectroscopic

Simbad objects: 72

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Number of rows : 72

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 UGC 5 AGN 00 03 05.6525922410 -01 54 49.915893585   13.92 13.32 12.40 12.08 ~ 89 0
2 NGC 7819 GiG 00 04 24.495 +31 28 19.30   14.3       ~ 106 0
3 NGC 1 GiP 00 07 15.8554856380 +27 42 29.024562244   13.4       ~ 100 0
4 NGC 36 LIN 00 11 22.2986137597 +06 23 21.626914171   14.5       ~ 75 0
5 NGC 160 G 00 36 04.0981265430 +23 57 28.510460638   13.7       ~ 81 0
6 NGC 214 AGN 00 41 28.0224647822 +25 29 57.842961904   13.0       ~ 147 0
7 NGC 237 AGN 00 43 27.881 -00 07 29.52   13.65 13.06 12.53 11.85 ~ 132 0
8 NGC 234 EmG 00 43 32.3816212175 +14 20 33.389672451   13.5       ~ 106 0
9 NGC 257 GiG 00 48 01.5094425149 +08 17 49.506328654   13.7       ~ 73 0
10 NGC 309 EmG 00 56 42.660 -09 54 49.91   12.7   11.76 12.4 ~ 150 0
11 NGC 477 Sy2 01 21 20.3413342481 +40 29 17.410487515   14.0       ~ 85 0
12 NGC 496 GiG 01 23 11.618 +33 31 45.29   14.3       ~ 91 0
13 NGC 716 G 01 52 59.688 +12 42 30.52   14.0       ~ 73 0
14 NGC 768 LIN 01 58 40.953 +00 31 45.17   14.3       ~ 64 0
15 NGC 776 GiG 01 59 54.5184600919 +23 38 39.437944570   13.4       ~ 100 0
16 NGC 873 EmG 02 16 32.3649796825 -11 20 54.549655483   13.1 12.71 12.174 13.0 ~ 60 0
17 NGC 991 LSB 02 35 32.6834126656 -07 09 15.840635679   12.36   12.7 12.6 ~ 138 1
18 NGC 1094 LIN 02 47 27.8289939144 -00 17 06.429967541   13.5       ~ 70 0
19 NGC 1093 G 02 48 16.1263007523 +34 25 11.329044454   14.3       ~ 54 0
20 UGC 2311 BiC 02 49 27.9500362760 -00 52 22.808793890   13.7   13.3 13.5 ~ 57 0
21 NGC 1510 GiP 04 03 32.640 -43 24 00.58 14.23 13.63 13.24 13.09   ~ 179 1
22 NGC 1512 GiP 04 03 54.281 -43 20 55.86 11.30 11.43 10.54 10.37   ~ 329 1
23 NGC 1659 GiG 04 46 29.9457567123 -04 47 19.823736056   13   12.32   ~ 55 0
24 NGC 1667 Sy2 04 48 37.205 -06 19 11.47   13.66 12.86 11.72   ~ 338 1
25 NGC 2253 G 06 43 14.6852097640 +65 40 38.949836611   15.0       ~ 48 0
26 NGC 2347 LIN 07 16 04.087 +64 42 41.54   13.2       ~ 105 0
27 UGC 4195 GiG 08 05 06.9198296588 +66 46 58.672012795   14.6       ~ 55 0
28 NGC 2529 GiG 08 07 55.6051186170 +17 49 06.511188156   14.7       ~ 32 0
29 NGC 2540 Q? 08 12 46.448 +26 21 42.36   14.5       ~ 61 0
30 UGC 4262 G 08 19 02.783 +83 15 58.94   14.2       ~ 25 0
31 NGC 2604 GiP 08 33 23.057 +29 32 19.03   15.38 14.92     ~ 87 0
32 NGC 2906 GiG 09 32 06.247 +08 26 30.86   13.1       ~ 137 0
33 NGC 2916 Sy2 09 34 57.5939750994 +21 42 18.947459809 12.81 12.74 12.05     ~ 129 1
34 NGC 3057 G 10 05 39.306 +80 17 08.40   14.2       ~ 74 0
35 NGC 3381 GiG 10 48 24.7993628769 +34 42 41.084421593   12.8       ~ 134 0
36 NGC 3614 GiG 11 18 21.394 +45 44 53.85   12.7       ~ 109 0
37 NGC 3811 G 11 41 16.655 +47 41 26.62   13.0       ~ 151 0
38 UGC 7012 rG 12 02 03.164 +29 50 53.11   14.3       ~ 85 0
39 NGC 4047 G 12 02 50.6873307305 +48 38 10.343981636   12.8       ~ 80 0
40 NGC 4210 LIN 12 15 15.8479940774 +65 59 07.089820067   13.4       ~ 114 0
41 NGC 5000 SBG 13 09 47.454 +28 54 25.07   14.0 13.41     ~ 148 1
42 NGC 5016 AGN 13 12 06.6702084873 +24 05 41.970504488   13.180 12.558 12.093 11.547 ~ 139 0
43 NGC 5056 G 13 16 12.329 +30 57 01.08   13.6       ~ 119 0
44 NGC 5320 SyG 13 50 20.380 +41 21 58.84   13.1   11.98   ~ 101 0
45 UGC 8781 LIN 13 52 22.7404624797 +21 32 21.664987418   14.5       ~ 49 0
46 NGC 5376 LIN 13 55 16.0361018326 +59 30 23.911532583   12.9       ~ 86 0
47 NGC 5520 GiP 14 12 22.8052932999 +50 20 54.474015371   13.3       ~ 104 0
48 NGC 5622 AGN 14 26 12.195 +48 33 50.31   14.105 13.440 12.948 12.412 ~ 75 0
49 NGC 5633 EmG 14 27 28.3609163671 +46 08 47.523613534   13.176 12.932 12.449 11.575 ~ 156 0
50 UGC 9291 LSB 14 28 36.9000410346 +38 59 56.935860483   14.0       ~ 54 0
51 NGC 5732 G 14 40 38.953 +38 38 16.18   14.4       ~ 61 0
52 UGC 9476 rG 14 41 31.959 +44 30 45.39   13.59 12.95     ~ 80 0
53 NGC 5735 LIN 14 42 33.2404373570 +28 43 35.229757098   14.06 13.36     ~ 60 0
54 NGC 5772 SyG 14 51 38.894 +40 35 57.06   13.90       ~ 90 0
55 NGC 5829 IG 15 02 42.005 +23 20 01.03   14.14   12.93   ~ 83 0
56 UGC 9777 G 15 14 15.1536737493 +20 28 43.144249194   15.0       ~ 44 0
57 NVSS J152505+375737 rG 15 25 05.801 +37 57 36.46   15.4       ~ 34 0
58 NGC 5947 AGN 15 30 36.5917232336 +42 43 01.769106580   14.8       ~ 65 0
59 NGC 5957 Sy2 15 35 23.2168976437 +12 02 51.288968758   13.3       ~ 112 0
60 NGC 6004 GiG 15 50 22.694 +18 56 20.77   13.4       ~ 82 0
61 NGC 6063 G 16 07 13.0017702658 +07 58 44.436124734   14.1       ~ 130 0
62 IC 1256 G 17 23 47.322 +26 29 11.45   14.297 13.551 13.022 12.434 ~ 84 0
63 NGC 6754 G 19 11 25.752 -50 38 31.96   12.86       ~ 79 0
64 NGC 6941 rG 20 36 23.4741685623 -04 37 07.443162713   13.3   13.3 12.9 ~ 66 3
65 NGC 7321 LIN 22 36 28.0163538572 +21 37 18.376079359   15.4       ~ 83 0
66 UGC 12224 G 22 52 38.291 +06 05 37.21   15.30       ~ 68 0
67 NGC 7466 AGN 23 02 03.435 +27 03 09.36   15.27 14.42     ~ 82 0
68 NGC 7489 G 23 07 32.6805868048 +22 59 52.984149095   14.3       ~ 73 0
69 NGC 7591 SyG 23 18 16.2683208567 +06 35 09.111064142   13.8       ~ 231 0
70 NGC 7653 LIN 23 24 49.355 +15 16 32.14   12.06 11.91     ~ 84 1
71 NGC 7716 G 23 36 31.458 +00 17 50.33   12.9   13.0 12.6 ~ 146 0
72 UGC 12816 LSB 23 51 50.647 +03 04 57.89   15.0       ~ 53 0

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