VizieR

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J/ApJ/570/100
(density 7)
(c)
173
BeppoSAX HELLAS survey. V. (La Franca+, 2002)
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J/ApJ/708/868
(density 7)
(c)
8k
CIV candidates (Cooksey+, 2010)
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J/ApJ/783/119
(density 7)
(c)
135
z∼1 Lyα emitters. I. 135 candidates from GALEX (Wold+, 2014)
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J/ApJ/815/128
(density 7)
(c)
260
AGNs rest-frame UV and optical parameters (Karouzos+, 2015)
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J/ApJ/883/78
(density 7)
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598
Column densities of CGM absorption lines (Pointon+, 2019)
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J/ApJ/883/94
(density 7)
3k
Optical and UV follow-up of 1ES 1927+654 (Trakhtenbrot+, 2019)
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J/ApJS/200/8
(density 7)
(c)
40k
AGES: the AGN and Galaxy Evolution Survey (Kochanek+, 2012)
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J/ApJS/201/10
(density 7)
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1k
SDSS quasar catalog with Swift observations (Wu+, 2012)
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J/ApJS/243/21
(density 7)
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14k
A complete sample of broad-line AGN from SDSS-DR7 (Liu+, 2019)
spectrum
spectrum/SED
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J/A+A/414/487
(density 7)
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364
Optically bright AGN in ROSAT-FSC (Veron-Cetty+, 2004)
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J/A+A/642/A150
(density 7)
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2k
Quasars as standard candles. III. (Lusso+, 2020)
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J/MNRAS/383/581
(density 7)
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446
Broad-line Balmer decrements in blue AGN (Dong+, 2008)
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J/ApJ/702/767
(density 5)
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322
CIV and FeKα Baldwin effects in AGNs (Wu+, 2009)
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J/ApJ/871/258
(density 5)
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546
ELQS in SDSS. III. The full ELQS quasar catalog (Schindler+, 2019)
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J/ApJS/243/5
(density 5)
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854
The ELQS in the PS1 footprint (PS-ELQS) (Schindler+, 2019)
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J/A+A/655/A109
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3k
Chandra view of the LX-LUV relation in quasars (Bisogni+, 2021)
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