Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2381/26704
 Title: XMM-Newton observation of the Seyfert 1 ESO 198-G24 Authors: Porquet, D.Kaastra, J. S.Page, K. L.O'Brien, P. T.Ward, M. J.Dubau, J. First Published: Jan-2004 Publisher: EDP Sciences for European Southern Observatory (ESO) Citation: Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2004, 413 (3), pp. 913-920 Abstract: We present the results from an XMM-Newton observation (January 24, 2001) of the bright Seyfert 1 galaxy ESO 198-G24 ( z=0.045). We found that this Seyfert has an intrinsic 2-10 keV luminosity of about 10 44 erg s -1. This source shows no intrinsic absorption in addition to the Galactic absorption ( ${\cal N}_{\rm H}\sim3\times10^{20}$ cm -2). We found both with EPIC and RGS that this source possesses significantly steeper spectra below ~1.5-2 keV than observed at higher X-ray energies, the so-called soft X-ray excess. The RGS spectra reveal no significant narrow absorption lines suggesting that if there is a warm absorber, it either has a relatively low column density, or a very high ionization parameter. The RGS data are well described by the combination of a power-law, a modified black body continuum, and weak relativistic lines of $\ion{O}{viii}$, and $\ion{C}{vi}$ Ly $_{\alpha}$. However other interpretations are not definitely excluded. The 2-10 keV energy band is well fitted by an absorbed power-law with a photon spectral index of $\Gamma=1.77\pm0.04$ (consistent with the typical $\Gamma \sim1.7$ found in Seyfert 1 galaxies). We found the presence of a narrow Gaussian emission line at 6.41 keV (i.e. < $\ion{Fe}{xvii}$) with a moderate equivalent width of about 60-70 eV, and we found an upper limit for a broad component, if any, of 75 eV. We also found a weak absorption edge associated with cold iron with an optical depth of about 0.2. DOI Link: 10.1051/0004-6361:20031603 ISSN: 0004-6361 Links: http://hdl.handle.net/2381/26704http://www.aanda.org/articles/aa/abs/2004/03/aa3632/aa3632.html Version: Publisher Version Status: Peer-reviewed Type: Journal Article Rights: Copyright © 2004 ESO. Reproduced with permission from Astronomy & Astrophysics, © ESO. Appears in Collections: Published Articles, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy

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