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Submillimetre flux as a probe of molecular ISM mass in high-z galaxies
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters
Recent long wavelength observations on the thermal dust continuum suggest that the Rayleigh-Jeans (RJ) tail can be used as a time-efficient quantitative probe of the dust and ISM mass in high-z galaxies. We use high-resolution cosmological simulations from the Feedback in Realistic Environment (FIRE) project to analyze the dust emission of M_*>10^10 M_ galaxies at z=2-4. Our simulations (MassiveFIRE) explicitly include various forms of stellar feedback, and they produce the stellar masses anddoi:10.1093/mnrasl/sly071 fatcat:zune3zjkmrco7ad2wijwxit5m4