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Multi-wavelength properties and SMBH’s masses of the isolated AGNs in the Local Universe

Vavilova, I.B.; Vasylenko, A.A.; Babyk, Iu.V.; Pulatova, N.G.

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  "publisher": "Zenodo", 
  "DOI": "10.5281/zenodo.60643", 
  "title": "Multi-wavelength properties and SMBH\u2019s masses of the isolated AGNs in the Local Universe", 
  "issued": {
    "date-parts": [
  "abstract": "<p>The sample of 36 nearest isolated AGNs was cross-matched by 2MIG and Veron-Cetty catalogues and limited to Ks &le; 12.0m and Vr &lt; 15 000 km/s in the northern sky (&delta; &ge; -15&deg;). These objects were in isolation during ~ 3 Gyrs. For revealing their multi-wavelength properties we used all the available databases obtained with ground-based and space observatories (from radio to X-ray ranges). It is allowed us to separate the internal evolution mechanisms from the environment influence and consider them as two separate processes related to fueling nuclear activity and accretion on the SMBHs outside of the environment.<br />\nIn this report we present briefly main results, which were already published (Pulatova N., Vavilova I., Sawangwit U. et al. The 2MIG isolated AGNs - I. General and multiwavelength properties of AGNs and host galaxies in the northern sky, MNRAS, 447, Issue 3, p. 2209-2223 (2015)). We accentuate that for the first time we revealed that the host isolated galaxies with AGNs of Sy1 type (without faint companions) appear to possess the bar morphological features (e.g., the interaction with neighboring galaxies is not necessary condition for broad-line region formation). We give also current results as concerns with more detail X-ray analysis, emission features and spectral models for several AGNs for which a cumulative soft and hard energy spectrum was reconstructed. The estimates of SMBH masses show that are systematically lower than the SMBH masses of AGNs located in a dense environment.</p>", 
  "author": [
      "given": "I.B.", 
      "family": "Vavilova"
      "given": "A.A.", 
      "family": "Vasylenko"
      "given": "Iu.V.", 
      "family": "Babyk"
      "given": "N.G.", 
      "family": "Pulatova"
  "id": "60643", 
  "event-place": "ESO, Garching bei M\u00fcnchen, Germany", 
  "type": "graphic", 
  "event": "Active Galactic Nuclei: what\u2019s in a name? (AGN 2016)"
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