- Table 1:
Parameters of the single (m=0) double periodic (m=1) cosine
functions and their superposition (m=0/1) fitted to the rotation
measure variations in the two rings of NGC 4254 (cf. Fig. 3).
Amplitude, phase shift, background offset, and the Theil U coefficient of
the quality of fit are given.
- Table 2:
The intrinsic magnetic field strength of total
components as well as the field regularity in different regions of NGC 4254,
denoted in Fig. 5 (top-right). The given uncertainties express random noise
in the maps used. The errors, including possible systematic uncertainties due
to applied assumptions, can reach 25% of the values obtained. The presented
magnetic fields strengths are taken directly from magnetic maps described
in Sect. 2.3.
- Table 3:
The fitted relations between total
field strength, and the field regularity
rate SFR for all regions of NGC 4254 and for different magnetic arms.
- Table 4:
Observed and modeled depolarization of synchrotron emission
in several regions of NGC 4254 due to differential Faraday rotation, Faraday
dispersion, and gradients in RM. The regions are marked in Fig. 5b.
- Table 5:
Modeling of the southern magnetic arm of NGC 4254 by stretching/shearing and
compression processes. The radio properties of the N magnetic arm are
regarded as the initial conditions for the S magnetic arm (region 3 and 1 in
Table 2, respectively). The compression and stretching factors were
adjusted so as to yield the observational values (given in italics) of
synchrotron emissivity ratio S2/S2 or the degree of polarization in
the southern arm p2 (see Sect. 3.4).
- Table 6:
Contrast ratio in and out of the spiral arms in NGC 4254 in polarized and
total synchrotron as well as H I emission. The positions of the inspected
five regions are denoted in Fig. 1.