We have measured the relationships between H i mass, stellar mass, and star formation rate using the Hi Parkes All-Sky Survey Catalog (HICAT) and the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE). Of the 3513 HICAT sources, we find 3.4 μm counterparts for 2896 sources (80%), and provide new WISE-matched aperture photometry for these galaxies. For our principal sample of spiral galaxies with W1 ≤ 10 mag and z ≤ 0.01, we identify H i detections for 93% of the sample. We measure lower H i-stellar mass relationships for H i-selected samples that do not include spiral galaxies with little H i gas. Our observations of the spiral sample show that H i mass increases with stellar mass with a power-law index of 0.35; however, this value is dependent on T-type, which affects both the median and the dispersion of Hi mass. We also observe an upper limit on the H i gas fraction, which is consistent with a halo spin parameter model. We measure the star formation efficiency of spiral galaxies to be constant at 10-9.57 yr-1 ±0.4 dex for 2.5 orders of magnitude in stellar mass, despite the higher stellar mass spiral showing evidence of quenched star formation.
- galaxies: evolution
- galaxies: fundamental parameters
- galaxies: spiral
- galaxies: star formation
- radio lines: galaxies
- radio lines: ISM
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Parkash, V. (Creator), Brown, M. J. I. (Creator), Jarrett, T. H. (Creator) & Bonne, N. (Creator), IOP Publishing, 29 Aug 2018