- Table 1:
Data of the sample stars. Visual magnitudes and spectral
types are from the SIMBAD database. The effective temperatures
metallicities and barium abundances are
from Zacs (1994) for all stars with the exception of HR 1016
(Pilachowski 1977), HR 4932 (McWilliam 1990), and HR 5058 (Luck & Bond 1991). The colors (V-K) and (R-I)
are from Hoffleit & Jaschek (1982) and Johnson
(1966). The stars HR 440, HR 1326 and HR 4932 ( Vir) are the three normal giants included in the sample.
- Table 2:
The atmospheric parameters, effective temperature
), surface gravity (), microturbulence velocity
and metallicity ([Fe/H]) (we use throughout the notation
), derived for the sample stars as described in the text.
The values for [Fe I/H] and [Fe II/H] are followed
by the standard deviation and the number of lines on which the
abundance is based.
- Table 3:
Uncertainties of the atmospheric parameters and of the equivalent widths.
- Table 4:
Mean elemental abundances for the program stars, followed
by the standard deviation, when applicable, and the number of
lines on which the abundance is based.
- Table 5:
The uncertainty of the abundances derived from the
uncertainties in the atmospheric parameters and EWs.
- Table 6:
Visual magnitude, VT, parallax, absolute magnitude
MVT, bolometric correction BC, bolometric magnitudes and
luminosities of the sample stars. The last column refers to the
luminosity uncertainty due to error propagation of the involved
- Table 7:
Masses, ages and an evolutionary estimates of the surface
gravity of the sample stars.
- Table 8:
Equivalent widths for the stars HR 440, HR 649, HR 1016, HR 1326, HR 2392 and HR 4608. The derived log gfs are also listed.
- Table 9:
Equivalent widths for the stars
Vir, HR 5058, HR 5802, HR 7321, HR 8115, HR 8204, HD 205011 and HR 8878.
- Table 10:
Log gfs for each component of the lines with hyperfine structure.