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Table 1

Literature values for Δν, mass, ΔΠ1, and q used for the mode identification of the stars.

KIC ID Δν Mass ΔΠ1 q
(μHz) (M) (s)

03744043 9.90 1.3 75.98 0.16
06117517 10.16 1.3 76.91 0.14
06144777a 11.01 1.1 69.91 0.22
07060732a 10.94 1.3 72.78 0.18
07619745 13.13 1.5 79.17 0.15
08366239a 13.70 1.9 86.77 0.17
08475025a,b 9.66 1.4 74.80 0.13
08718745 11.40 1.1 79.45 0.11
09145955 11.00 1.4 77.01 0.16
09267654a,b 10.34 1.3 78.41 0.13
09475697 9.88 1.5 75.70 0.12
09882316 13.68 1.6 80.59 0.15
10123207 13.67 1.0 83.88 0.17
10200377 12.47 1.1 81.58 0.16
10257278 12.20 1.4 79.81 0.18
11353313a,b 10.76 1.5 76.00 0.14
11913545 10.18 1.3 77.84 0.12
11968334 11.41 1.4 78.10 0.13
12008916a 12.90 1.3 80.47 0.14

Notes. All the values are available from Mosser et al. (2012c).

(a)

Stars for which an auxiliary fit for (ΔΠ1, q) was required.

(b)

Stars with a large rotational splitting, of the same magnitude of the frequency spacing between adjacent mixed modes. A careful mode identification of the split components was required for this case.

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