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Literature Catalog: Very Massive and Supermassive Stars and Black Holes: Astrophysics of Massive Black Hole Binaries: Galaxy Formation and Massive Black Hole Merger History

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Last updated September 26, 2003.

M.G Haehnelt and G. Kauffmann, `` Multiple Supermassive Black Holes in Galactic Bulges,'' Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 336, L61 (2002)

M.G. Haehnelt, `` Low-Frequency Gravitational Waves from Supermassive Black-Holes,'' Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 269, 199 (1994)

S.A. Hughes and R.D. Blandford, `` Black Hole Mass and Spin Coevolution by Mergers,'' Astrophys. J., 585, L101 (2003)

A.H. Jaffe and D.C. Backer, `` Gravitational Waves Probe the Coalescence Rate of Massive Black Hole Binaries,'' Astrophys. J., 583, 616 (2003)

K. Menou, Z. Haiman and V.K. Narayanan, `` The Merger History of Supermassive Black Holes in Galaxies,'' Astrophys. J., 558, 535 (2001)

M. Volonteri, F. Haardt and P. Madau, `` The Assembly and Merging History of Supermassive Black Holes in Hierarchical Models of Galaxy Formation,'' Astrophys. J., 582, 559 (2003)

J.S.B. Wyithe and A. Loeb, `` Low-Frequency Gravitational Waves from Massive Black Hole Binaries: Predictions for LISA and Pulsar Timing Arrays,'' Astrophys. J., 590, 691 (2003)

 


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