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Astrophysics and Space Science

From X-Ray Binaries to Quasars: Black Holes on all Mass Scales

  • Editors
  • T. J. Maccarone
  • R. P. Fender
  • L. C. Ho

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-VI
  2. Rob Fender, Tomaso Belloni, Elena Gallo
    Pages 1-13
  3. Sebastian Heinz, Andrea Merloni, Tiziana Di Matteo, Rashid Sunyaev
    Pages 15-21
  4. Julien Malzac, Andrea Merloni, Andrew C. Fabian
    Pages 31-38
  5. Andrea Merloni, Sebastian Heinz, 3Tiziana Di Matteo
    Pages 45-53
  6. Christopher S. Reynolds, 1Laura W. Brenneman, David Garofalo
    Pages 71-79
  7. R. L. C. Starling, M. J. Page, G. Branduardi-Raymont, A. A. Breeveld, R. Soria, K. Wu
    Pages 81-86
  8. Kris Beckwith, Chris Done
    Pages 87-96
  9. A. C. Fabian
    Pages 97-105
  10. Jeroen Homan, Tomaso Belloni
    Pages 107-117
  11. S. Vaughan, A. C. Fabian, K. Iwasawa
    Pages 119-125
  12. Karen M. Leighly
    Pages 137-142
  13. W. Kluźniak, M. A. Abramowicz
    Pages 143-148
  14. Simone Migliari, Rob Fender
    Pages 197-209
  15. Elmar Körding, Heino Falcke
    Pages 211-217
  16. T. J. MacCarone, R. P. Fender, A. K. Tzioumis
    Pages 239-245
  17. Simon F. Portegies Zwart, Jasinta Dewi, Tom Maccarone
    Pages 247-253
  18. Stéphane Corbel
    Pages 275-281
  19. Christian R. Kaiser, J. L. Sokoloski, Katherine F. Gunn, Catherine Brocksopp
    Pages 283-288

About this book

Introduction

This volume brings together contributions from many of the world's leading authorities on black hole accretion. The papers within represent part of a new movement to make use of the relative advantages of studying stellar mass and supermassive black holes and to bring together the knowledge gained from the two approaches. The topics discussed here run the gamut of the state of the art in black hole observational and theoretical work-variability, spectroscopy, disk-jet connections, and multi-wavelength campaigns on black holes are all covered.

Reprinted from ASTROPHYSICS AND SPACE SCIENCE, 300:1-3 (2005)

Keywords

Accretion Galaxy Quasar Relativistic jet Star astrophysics stellar

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