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Table 4

and C+ observations.

Transition Frequency Telescope Beam Offset Peak dV
Size T mb Integrateda Gauss fitb Integrated
(GHz) (′′) (′′) (K) (  K   km   s-1) (Jy   km   s-1)

[CI] J = 1–0 492.161 APEX 12.5 0, 0 342 84.6 100 2880 ± 432
SPIRE 38 0, 0 7014 ± 328
HIFI 44.1 0, 0 79 17.0 19 6700 ± 1005
–7.5, +7.5 86 18.3 20 7053 ± 1058
+7.5, –7.5 78 14.8 16 5642 ± 846
[CI] J = 2–1 809.342 APEX 7.7 0, 0 510 104.3 136 4094 ± 614
SPIRE 34 0, 0 11 196 ± 80
HIFI 26.5 0, 0 99 20.7 26 9146 ± 1372
–7.5, +7.5 81 18.4 21 7387 ± 1108
+7.5, –7.5 91 14.7 18 6332 ± 950
[NII] 1426.1 SPIRE 16.9 0, 0 10 090 ± 97
[CII] 1900.539 HIFI 11.1 0, 0 885 140.0 144 50 276 ± 7541
–7.5, +7.5 790 60.8 59 21 228 ± 3184
+7.5, –7.5 1290 102.3 95 33 168 ± 4975

Notes.

(a)

Summation over all amplitudes in the velocity interval 300–800 km s-1, i.e. the integrated emission line intensity was not corrected for absorption. In the case of the [CII] profiles, the velocity interval was 370 to 720 km s-1.

(b)

Sum of one or more Gaussians fitted to the observed line profile, excluding the velocity range between 500   km   s-1 and 625   km   s-1, i.e. the integrated emission line intensity is to first order unaffected by absorption.

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