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Table 3:

Parameters used in the emission model to reproduce the SEDs of 3C 454.3 in July (first row) and November (second row) 2007. $\Gamma $: bulk Lorentz factor of the emission region; B: magnetic field, in units of [G]; K: density of the relativistic electrons, in units of [cm-3]; n1 and n2: low and high energy slope of the electron energy distribution; $\gamma _{\rm min}$, $\gamma _b$ and $\gamma _{\rm max}$: minimum energy, break energy and maximum energy of the electron energy distribution; R: radius of the emission region, in units of [1015 cm]. See text for more details.
$\Gamma $ B K n1 n2 $\gamma _{\rm min}$ $\gamma _b$ $\gamma _{\rm max}$ R
18.4 3.1 $5\times 10^5$ 1.9 3.6 85 500 $6.5\times 10^3$ 6.5
17.8 5 $5\times 10^5$ 1.9 3.9 80 500 $3.9\times 10^3$ 5

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