Modeling the pan-spectral energy distribution of starburst galaxies. I. The role of ISM pressure and the molecular cloud dissipation timescale
In this paper, we combine the stellar spectral synthesis code STARBURST99, the nebular modeling code MAPPINGS IIIq, a one-dimensional dynamical evolution model of H II regions around massive clusters of young stars, and a simplified model of synchrotron emissivity to produce purely theoretical self-consistent synthetic spectral energy distributions (SEDs) for (solar metallicity) starbursts lasting ∼ 108 yr. These SEDs extend from the Lyman limit to beyond 21 cm. We find that two ISM parameters...[Show more]
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