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Table 10

Ionic abundance ratios from the N ii recombination lines.

Mult. λ 0 N++/H+ (×10-5)

Cn 1-5 Hb 4 He 2-86 M 1-25 M 1-30 M 1-32 M 1-61 M 3-15 NGC 5189 NGC 6369 PC 14 Pe 1-1

3a 5666.64 61 30 60 65 107 73 21 31 21 15 20
5676.02 50 28 50 51 98 63 18 15
5679.56 52 32 60 54 89 55 20 26 15 8.9 14 17
5686.21 65 34 50 58 102 96
5710.76 52 31 58 66 102 83 17
Sum 55 ± 5 31 ± 4 58 ± 4 58 ± 4 97 ± 6 66 ± 9 20 ± 2 29 ± 4 17 ± 3 8.9 ± 3.2 15 ± 3 18 ± 2
39b 4041.31 19: 11: 21 ± 4 14: 20 ± 4 6.5: 7.1: 8.3:
48c 4239.40c 41/30: 20/14: 40/29 ± 6 32/23 : 49/35 ± 9 22/16: 10/7.4:

Adopted 27: 14: 28 ± 4 21: 31 ± 4 66 6.5: 29 14: 8.9 8.5: 18

Notes.

(a)

Recombination coefficients reported by Kisielius & Storey (2002).

(b)

Recombination coefficients reported by Pequignot et al. (1991).

(c)

We considered the sum of all lines of the multiplet. Recombination coefficients reported by Pequignot et al. (1991)/Escalante & Victor (1992).

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