4.1. Radio Continuum to Far Infrared Ratio
The radio continuum emission at 5 GHz has been computed from the calculations of stellar Lyman continuum photons through the gas and the dust and integrating the emission (without any assumption about the optical depth). The flux density at 60 µm is taken as a representative of far-IR emission. The ratio of radio continuum emission at 5 GHz and flux density at 60 µm (F5GHz / Fµm) are presented in Figure 5. This ratio is extremely sensitive to the density distribution as shown in Figure 7. Whereas for the O4 case, the ratio is very sensitive to 100 for both the types of density distributions, for the other two cases (O7 and B0.5), only the r-1 density distribution is very sensitive to 100 (above 0.01).