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SDSS-IV MaNGA : Properties of galaxies with kinematically decoupled stellar and gaseous components. / Jin, Yifei; Chen, Yanmei; Shi, Yong; Tremonti, C. A.; Bershady, M. A.; Merrifield, M.; Emsellem, E.; Fu, Hai; Wake, D.; Bundy, K.; Lin, Lihwai; Argudo-Fernandez, M.; Huang, Song; Stark, D. V.; Storchi-Bergmann, T.; Bizyaev, D.; Brownstein, J.; Chisholm, J.; Guo, Qi; Hao, Lei; Hu, Jian; Li, Cheng; Li, Ran; Masters, K. L.; Malanushenko, E.; Pan, Kaike; Riffel, R. A.; Roman-Lopes, A.; Simmons, A.; Thomas, D.; Wang, Lan; Westfall, K.; Yan, Renbin.

In: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 463, No. 1, 21.11.2016, p. 913-926.

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Jin, Y, Chen, Y, Shi, Y, Tremonti, CA, Bershady, MA, Merrifield, M, Emsellem, E, Fu, H, Wake, D, Bundy, K, Lin, L, Argudo-Fernandez, M, Huang, S, Stark, DV, Storchi-Bergmann, T, Bizyaev, D, Brownstein, J, Chisholm, J, Guo, Q, Hao, L, Hu, J, Li, C, Li, R, Masters, KL, Malanushenko, E, Pan, K, Riffel, RA, Roman-Lopes, A, Simmons, A, Thomas, D, Wang, L, Westfall, K & Yan, R 2016, 'SDSS-IV MaNGA: Properties of galaxies with kinematically decoupled stellar and gaseous components', Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 463, no. 1, pp. 913-926. https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stw2055

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Jin, Y., Chen, Y., Shi, Y., Tremonti, C. A., Bershady, M. A., Merrifield, M., Emsellem, E., Fu, H., Wake, D., Bundy, K., Lin, L., Argudo-Fernandez, M., Huang, S., Stark, D. V., Storchi-Bergmann, T., Bizyaev, D., Brownstein, J., Chisholm, J., Guo, Q., ... Yan, R. (2016). SDSS-IV MaNGA: Properties of galaxies with kinematically decoupled stellar and gaseous components. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 463(1), 913-926. https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stw2055

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Jin Y, Chen Y, Shi Y, Tremonti CA, Bershady MA, Merrifield M et al. SDSS-IV MaNGA: Properties of galaxies with kinematically decoupled stellar and gaseous components. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 2016 Nov 21;463(1):913-926. https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stw2055

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Jin, Yifei ; Chen, Yanmei ; Shi, Yong ; Tremonti, C. A. ; Bershady, M. A. ; Merrifield, M. ; Emsellem, E. ; Fu, Hai ; Wake, D. ; Bundy, K. ; Lin, Lihwai ; Argudo-Fernandez, M. ; Huang, Song ; Stark, D. V. ; Storchi-Bergmann, T. ; Bizyaev, D. ; Brownstein, J. ; Chisholm, J. ; Guo, Qi ; Hao, Lei ; Hu, Jian ; Li, Cheng ; Li, Ran ; Masters, K. L. ; Malanushenko, E. ; Pan, Kaike ; Riffel, R. A. ; Roman-Lopes, A. ; Simmons, A. ; Thomas, D. ; Wang, Lan ; Westfall, K. ; Yan, Renbin. / SDSS-IV MaNGA : Properties of galaxies with kinematically decoupled stellar and gaseous components. In: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 2016 ; Vol. 463, No. 1. pp. 913-926.

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title = "SDSS-IV MaNGA: Properties of galaxies with kinematically decoupled stellar and gaseous components",
abstract = "We study the properties of 66 galaxies with kinematically misaligned gas and stars from MaNGA survey. The fraction of kinematically misaligned galaxies varies with galaxy physical parameters, i.e. M*, SFR and sSFR. According to their sSFR, we further classify these 66 galaxies into three categories, 10 star-forming, 26 {"}Green Valley{"} and 30 quiescent ones. The properties of different types of kinematically misaligned galaxies are different in that the star-forming ones have positive gradient in D4000 and higher gas-phase metallicity, while the green valley/quiescent ones have negative D4000 gradients and lower gas-phase metallicity on average. There is evidence that all types of the kinematically misaligned galaxies tend to live in more isolated environment. Based on all these observational results, we propose a scenario for the formation of star forming galaxies with kinematically misaligned gas and stars - the progenitor accretes misaligned gas from a gas-rich dwarf or cosmic web, the cancellation of angular momentum from gas-gas collisions between the pre-existing gas and the accreted gas largely accelerates gas inflow, leading to fast centrally-concentrated star-formation. The higher metallicity is due to enrichment from this star formation. For the kinematically misaligned green valley and quiescent galaxies, they might be formed through gas-poor progenitors accreting kinematically misaligned gas from satellites which are smaller in mass.",
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author = "Yifei Jin and Yanmei Chen and Yong Shi and Tremonti, {C. A.} and Bershady, {M. A.} and M. Merrifield and E. Emsellem and Hai Fu and D. Wake and K. Bundy and Lihwai Lin and M. Argudo-Fernandez and Song Huang and Stark, {D. V.} and T. Storchi-Bergmann and D. Bizyaev and J. Brownstein and J. Chisholm and Qi Guo and Lei Hao and Jian Hu and Cheng Li and Ran Li and Masters, {K. L.} and E. Malanushenko and Kaike Pan and Riffel, {R. A.} and A. Roman-Lopes and A. Simmons and D. Thomas and Lan Wang and K. Westfall and Renbin Yan",
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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - SDSS-IV MaNGA

T2 - Properties of galaxies with kinematically decoupled stellar and gaseous components

AU - Jin, Yifei

AU - Chen, Yanmei

AU - Shi, Yong

AU - Tremonti, C. A.

AU - Bershady, M. A.

AU - Merrifield, M.

AU - Emsellem, E.

AU - Fu, Hai

AU - Wake, D.

AU - Bundy, K.

AU - Lin, Lihwai

AU - Argudo-Fernandez, M.

AU - Huang, Song

AU - Stark, D. V.

AU - Storchi-Bergmann, T.

AU - Bizyaev, D.

AU - Brownstein, J.

AU - Chisholm, J.

AU - Guo, Qi

AU - Hao, Lei

AU - Hu, Jian

AU - Li, Cheng

AU - Li, Ran

AU - Masters, K. L.

AU - Malanushenko, E.

AU - Pan, Kaike

AU - Riffel, R. A.

AU - Roman-Lopes, A.

AU - Simmons, A.

AU - Thomas, D.

AU - Wang, Lan

AU - Westfall, K.

AU - Yan, Renbin

N1 - 19 pages, 11 figures, published in MNRAS

PY - 2016/11/21

Y1 - 2016/11/21

N2 - We study the properties of 66 galaxies with kinematically misaligned gas and stars from MaNGA survey. The fraction of kinematically misaligned galaxies varies with galaxy physical parameters, i.e. M*, SFR and sSFR. According to their sSFR, we further classify these 66 galaxies into three categories, 10 star-forming, 26 "Green Valley" and 30 quiescent ones. The properties of different types of kinematically misaligned galaxies are different in that the star-forming ones have positive gradient in D4000 and higher gas-phase metallicity, while the green valley/quiescent ones have negative D4000 gradients and lower gas-phase metallicity on average. There is evidence that all types of the kinematically misaligned galaxies tend to live in more isolated environment. Based on all these observational results, we propose a scenario for the formation of star forming galaxies with kinematically misaligned gas and stars - the progenitor accretes misaligned gas from a gas-rich dwarf or cosmic web, the cancellation of angular momentum from gas-gas collisions between the pre-existing gas and the accreted gas largely accelerates gas inflow, leading to fast centrally-concentrated star-formation. The higher metallicity is due to enrichment from this star formation. For the kinematically misaligned green valley and quiescent galaxies, they might be formed through gas-poor progenitors accreting kinematically misaligned gas from satellites which are smaller in mass.

AB - We study the properties of 66 galaxies with kinematically misaligned gas and stars from MaNGA survey. The fraction of kinematically misaligned galaxies varies with galaxy physical parameters, i.e. M*, SFR and sSFR. According to their sSFR, we further classify these 66 galaxies into three categories, 10 star-forming, 26 "Green Valley" and 30 quiescent ones. The properties of different types of kinematically misaligned galaxies are different in that the star-forming ones have positive gradient in D4000 and higher gas-phase metallicity, while the green valley/quiescent ones have negative D4000 gradients and lower gas-phase metallicity on average. There is evidence that all types of the kinematically misaligned galaxies tend to live in more isolated environment. Based on all these observational results, we propose a scenario for the formation of star forming galaxies with kinematically misaligned gas and stars - the progenitor accretes misaligned gas from a gas-rich dwarf or cosmic web, the cancellation of angular momentum from gas-gas collisions between the pre-existing gas and the accreted gas largely accelerates gas inflow, leading to fast centrally-concentrated star-formation. The higher metallicity is due to enrichment from this star formation. For the kinematically misaligned green valley and quiescent galaxies, they might be formed through gas-poor progenitors accreting kinematically misaligned gas from satellites which are smaller in mass.

KW - astro-ph.GA

U2 - 10.1093/mnras/stw2055

DO - 10.1093/mnras/stw2055

M3 - Article

VL - 463

SP - 913

EP - 926

JO - MNRAS

JF - MNRAS

SN - 0035-8711

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ER -

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