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Interpreting radiative efficiency in radio-loud AGN

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Pages (from-to)273-274
JournalNature Astronomy
Journal publication date11 Apr 2018
Volume2
Issue4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 11 Apr 2018

Abstract

Radiative efficiency in radio-loud AGN is governed by the scaled accretion rate on to the central black hole rather than directly by the type of accreted matter; while it correlates with real physical differences, it does not give us unambiguous information about particular objects.

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Author submitted version of unrefereed Nature Astronomy comment. Version in journal format available at https://rdcu.be/KH6W

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