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AGN and Galaxy evolution from Deep X-ray surveys

Authors
  • Tozzi, P.
  • Gilli, R.
  • Team, the CDFS
Type
Preprint
Publication Date
Jan 19, 2006
Submission Date
Jan 19, 2006
Identifiers
arXiv ID: astro-ph/0601452
Source
arXiv
License
Unknown
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Abstract

Deep X-ray surveys are providing crucial information on the evolution of AGN and galaxies. We review some of the latest results based on the X-ray spectral analysis of the sources detected in the Chandra Deep Field South, namely: i) constraints on obscured accretion; ii) constraints on the missing fraction of the X-ray background; iii) the redshift distribution of Compton-thick sources and TypeII QSO; iv) the detection of star formation activity in high-z galaxies through stacking techniques; v) the detection of large scale structure in the AGN distribution and its effect on nuclear activity. Such observational findings are consistent with a scenario where nuclear activity and star formation processes develop together in an anti-hierarchical fashion.

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