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Title: Effect of dynamical friction on the escape of a supermassive black hole ejected from the center of a galaxy
Authors: Kapoor, R. C
Keywords: Black Holes:Galactic Centers;Galactic Centers:Black Holes
Issue Date: 1986
Publisher: D. Reidel Publishing Company
Citation: Giuricin, G ...[et al.]., Structure and evolution of active galactic nuclei., pp. 573 - 577
Series/Report no.: Astrophysics and Space Science Library; Vol. 121
Abstract: The author has used the impulsive approximation technique to numerically estimate the effect of dynamical friction on the motion of a supermassive black hole (mass ≈ 10/sup9M_sun;) through a galaxy (mass ≈ 10/sup11M_sun;) which has recoiled from the center of the latter as a result of rocket effect (anisotropic emission of gravitational radiation or plasma emission etc.)
Description: Restricted Access
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/4404
ISBN: 90-277-2155-6
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