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Table 11

Temperature, absorption and metallicity.

No. Galaxy kT NH ZSNII ZSi
 keV 1021 cm-2 Z Z

Cycle 8 targets
3 VII Zw 31 4-2
5 ESO 255-IG7 N
9 09022-3615
10 F09111-1007 E
13 ESO 374-IG32
19 13120-5453
20 VV 250
21 UGC 8387
25 VV 340 N
29 ESO 69-IG6 N
31 F17132+5313 0.7-0.4
33 F18293-3413
34 ESO 593-IG8
35 F19297-0406 5-4
37 CGCG 448-020
40 ESO 239-IG2
Archival data
12 UGC 5101
15 F10565+2448
16 NGC 3690
18 UGC 8058 neb
22 UGC 8696
22 UGC 8696 neb
23 F14348–1447
26 VV 705 N
28 UGC 9913
30 NGC 6240
32 F17207–0014
38 ESO 286-IG19
42 ESO 148-IG2 N
42 ESO 148-IG2 S

Notes. The 0.4–2 keV data are fitted with a thermal emission spectrum assuming the metal abundance pattern of core-collapse supernovae (see text for details). When excess absorption above the Galactic value is required, the best-fit column density (NH) is listed. ZSNII is the metallicity for oxygen, which is tied to the other elements with the assumed abundance pattern of Type II SNe. This value is mainly driven by the Fe metallicity, which is assumed to be 0.27 times that of the oxygen metallicity, and which fits the Fe L hump around 1 keV. When excess metallicity for Si (and Mg) is required, the Silicon metallicity is fitted independently (ZSi).

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