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Multi-wavelength correlations within the SSC one-zone model for high-peaked BL Lacs
The SED of high-peaked BL Lacs is generally understood as a composition of synchrotron radiation in X-rays and self-synchrotron emission peaking at energies higher than MeV originated in one emission zone. Although most of the observations are well described by this model, orphan flares, lack of correlation between X-rays and gamma-rays and a broader SED in the gamma ray regime challenge the model. In this work, we study under which conditions it is possible to observe multi-wavelength correlations within the SSC scenario and if orphan flares are plausible.