Physical properties of the CHVCs.
|Name||Peak TB||Peak NH i||Minor x major ext.||WNM|
|[K]||[1019 cm-2]||[°]||[km s-1]|
|CHVC 070+51-150||1.1||4.5||0.2 × 3.3||22.8/19.2/19.6|
|CHVC 108-21-390||0.7||3.2||0.3 × 1.0||21.4/17.4/17.2|
|CHVC 164+03-186||1.4||5.5||0.6 × 1.6||22.5/19.2/18.6|
Notes. Peak TB is the peak brightness temperature; peak NHI denotes the maximum column density; major and minor are the angular extent of the clouds; and WNM is the FWHM of the gaseous components in the combined data. The quantities are given separately for the Effelsberg, WSRT, and combined data.
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