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All Tables

- Table 1:
Data on telescopes and receivers.
- Table 2:
The effect on the integrated model SiO intensities (in percent),
due to changes in various parameters. Three model stars with mass
loss rate and gas expansion velocity characteristics typical for our
samples are used. They lie at a distance of 250 pc, and have
luminosities of 4000
(the model stars with mass-loss
rates of 10
^{-7} and 10
yr^{-1}) and 8000
(the
model star with a mass-loss rate of 10
yr^{-1}), and blackbody
temperatures of 2500 K. The nominal CSE parameters are *h*=0.2 (for
the lowest mass-loss rate model star) and *h*=0.5 (for the other two
model stars),
cm,
km s^{-1}, and
.
The size of the
SiO envelope, ,
is given by Eq. (13) for the given mass-loss rate. The
SiO *J*=2
1, *J*=3
2,
*J*=5
4, and *J*=6
5 lines are
observed with beam widths of 57
,
38
,
23
,
and 19
,
respectively (appropriate for a 15 m telescope).
The model integrated line intensities, *I* in K km s^{-1}, are given for the nominal
parameters. For comparison, also the integrated CO line intensities for the model stars are
given [for a 15 m telescope; 45
(*J*=1
0;
*I*=0.14, 3.8, and 45 K km s^{-1} for 10^{-7},10^{-6}, and 10
yr^{-1}, respectively), 23
(*J*=2
1), 15
(*J*=3
2), 9
(*J*=5
4), 7
5 (*J*=6
5)].
- Table 3:
CO model results for the Mira sample.
- Table 4:
Source parameters and SiO model results.
- Table 5:
Source parameters and model results for those objects
with double component line profiles.
- Table A.1:
Observational results of circumstellar SiO radio line emission towards
a sample of M-type IRVs and SRVs (Part 1).
- Table A.2:
Observational results of circumstellar SiO radio line emission towards
a sample of M-type IRVs and SRVs (Part 2).
- Table A.3:
Observational results of circumstellar CO and SiO line emission
towards our Mira sample.