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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters
A model for the infrared emission of the high redshift ultraluminous infrared galaxy FSC 10214+4724 is presented. The model assumes three components of emission: a dusty torus viewed edge-on, clouds that are associated with the narrow-line region and a highly obscured starburst. It is demonstrated that the presence of clouds in the narrow-line region, with a covering factor of 17%, can explain why the mid-infrared spectrum of FSC 10214+4724 shows a silicate feature in emission despite the factdoi:10.1111/j.1745-3933.2006.00210.x fatcat:impswuebkjhg5fuiq32u73ot5q