Spectroscopically identified line emitters.
|Emission line(s)||Air namesa||z 1||z 2||N|
|[S iii]9533||[S iii]9531||0.238||0.260||8|
|[S iii]9071||[S iii]9069||0.301||0.324||1|
|[Ar iii]7138||[Ar iii]7135||0.654||0.683||1|
|[S ii]6718,6733||[S ii]6716,6731||0.753||0.788||14|
|Hα+[N ii]||Hα+[N ii]||0.793||0.834||66|
|[O iii]4960,5008||[O iii]4959,5007||1.357||1.422||6|
|[O ii]3727,3730||[O ii]3726,3729||2.165||2.224||3|
|Mg ii2796,2804||Mg ii2796,2803||3.211||3.297||0|
Notes. The table contains the candidate emission line objects with secure spectroscopic redshifts (see text). Each row corresponds to an emission line or a group of emission lines defined by the redshift interval z1,z2. The last row gives the number of objects that do not fall into any of these redshift intervals; one of these objects is likely an Mg ii emitting AGN, see text.
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