A&A Supplement Series, Vol. 126, November II 1997, 3-13
Received January 6; accepted February 3, 1997
CO and H
in a southern sample of interacting galaxies
I. The data
C. Horellou and R. Booth
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Onsala Space Observatory,
Chalmers University of Technology,
S-439 92 Onsala, Sweden
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Using SEST, the Parkes antenna and the Australia Telescope Compact Array,
we have made a survey of the
and emission of an optically-selected sample
of 60 southern interacting and merging galaxies.
In this paper we present the data and determine global masses
of neutral gas (in molecular and atomic form) for the observed galaxies.
We have detected in 26 systems and found that these galaxies have
less than 15% of their gas in molecular form.
galaxies: interaction -- galaxies: ISM -- galaxies -- evolution --
radio lines: galaxies
Tables at the CDS
Copyright by the European Southern Observatory (ESO)
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