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Copyright by Royal Astronomical Society. 2015MNRAS.451.4193C Core-dominance parameter, black hole mass and jet-disc connection for Fermi blazars Chen, Y. Y.; Zhang, X.; Zhang, H. J.; Yu, X. L. Abstract. We study the relationship between jet power and accretion for Fermi and non-Fermi blazars. We also compare the relevant parameter. Our main results are: (i) Fermi and non-Fermi blazars have significant differences in red shift, black hole mass and broad line luminosity. (II) Fermi blazars have a higher average core-dominance parameter than non-Fermi blazars, which suggests that Fermi blazars have a strong beaming effect. (III) We find a significant correlation between broad line emission and jet power for Fermi and non-Fermi blazars, which suggests a direct tight connection between jet and accretion. (IV) The accretion and black hole mass may have a different contribution to jet power for Fermi and non-Fermi blazars. Key words: accretion, accretion discs, galaxies: active, BL Lacertae objects: general, galaxies: jets, quasars: general, radio continue: galaxies
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