Dust Obscured Quasars
We find that nearly all radio-loud, flat spectrum quasars are obscured by a magnitude or more of dust. The dust is probably located in the quasar or its host galaxy. If radio-quiet QSOs have comparable amounts of dust, ∼ 80% have been missed by all existing surveys. These missing QSOs may explain the X-ray background.
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