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J/A+AS/112/35
 Emission lines from giant HII regions (Garcia Vargas+, 1995)
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1.J/A+AS/112/35/tablesTables 3-33 (372 rows)

 
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  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  Table   [3/33] Table number (meta.id;meta.dataset)
  log(r) [cm] Logarithm of cluster distance (pos.distance)
  Ne cm-3 Electron density (phys.density)
  Z/Zsun  Composition relative to Sun (phys.abund)
  log(He/H)  Logarithm of Helium abundance (phys.abund.Y)
  Z  Metallicity (phys.abund.Z)
  Mtot 10+5solMassIonizing cluster total mass (phys.mass)
  Age Myr Cluster Age (time.age)
  log(Lbol) [10-7W] Logarithm of the bolometric luminosity (phys.luminosity)
  log(Llya) [10-7W] Logarithm of the ionizing luminosity (phys.luminosity;em.UV)

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  log(Q(H)) [ct/s] Logarithm of the total ionizing photons per second (ν≥1Ryd) (phot.count;em.X-ray)
  Q(He)/Q(H)  Ratio between the helium ionizing photons and the total ionizing photons (phys.luminosity;arith.ratio)
  Q(O)/Q(H)  Ratio between the O+ ionizing photons and the total ionizing photons (phys.luminosity;arith.ratio)
  logQ(mH) [ct/s/solMass]Logarithm of the total ionizing photons per second and per solar mass (phys.luminosity)
  log(u)  Logarithm of the ionization parameter u=Q(H)/(4π*c*n(H)*r2) (phys.ionizParam.rad)
  I(Halpha) [10-7W] Logarithm of the intensity of H(α) (spect.line.intensity)
  I(Hbeta) [10-7W] Logarithm of the intensity of H(β) (spect.line.intensity)
  EW(Hbeta) 0.1nm Equivalent width of Hβ (spect.line.eqWidth)
  I(3727)  Rel. intensity of [OII] (372.7nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(3869)  Rel. intensity of [NeIII](386.9nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(4363)  Rel. intensity of [OIII] (436.3nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(4471)  Rel. intensity of HeI (447.1nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(4686)  Rel. intensity of HeII (468.6nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)

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  I(5007)  Rel. intensity of [OIII] (500.7nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(5876)  Rel. intensity of HeI (587.6nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(6300)  Rel. intensity of [OI] (630.0nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(6584)  Rel. intensity of [NII] (658.4nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(6716)  Rel. intensity of [SII] (671.6nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(6731)  Rel. intensity of [SII] (673.1nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(9069)  Rel. intensity of [SIII] (906.9nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(9532)  Rel. intensity of [SIII] (953.2nm) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(9um)  Rel. intensity of [ArIII](9.0um) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(10.5um)  Rel. intensity of [SIV] (10.5um) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(13um)  Rel. intensity of [NeII] (13um) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(22um)  Rel. intensity of [ArIII](22um) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(52um)  Rel. intensity of [OIII] (52um) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(57um)  Rel. intensity of [NIII] (57um) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(88um)  Rel. intensity of [OIII] (88um) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  I(158um)  Rel. intensity of [CII] (158um) (Note 1)   (spect.line.intensity;arith.ratio)
  Tp K Mean electron temperature, weighted by the H+ density (phys.temperature;phys.electron)

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