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Effect of search lines on emission and absorption redshift distribution of QSOs

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Abstract

Search lines used for identification of observed spectral lines in QSOs and hence for determination of redshifts have significant effects on the peaks and valleys in the emission and absorption redshift distributions of the present sample of QSOs, including ‘the 1.95 peak’.

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Basu, D. Effect of search lines on emission and absorption redshift distribution of QSOs . Astrophys Space Sci 92, 425–427 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00651305

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Keywords

  • Spectral Line
  • Present Sample
  • Search Line
  • Redshift Distribution
  • Absorption Redshift