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Table 2

Continuum parameters of the spectral fit of the baseline model to the relatively unabsorbed 2006 XMM-Newton observation.

zxipcf(wa 1 ) zxipcf(wa 2 ) zxipcf(wa 3 ) tbnew_simple(local)

Mod. comp. Parameter Value ± uncert.

0400270101: χ2 (d.o.f.) = 1341.1 (953)

SXPL norm
Γ 1.57
HXPL norm
Ion. Refl. norm
log ξ (erg cm s-1)
Z Fe
z (absolute) 0.00386
WA 1 NH (1022cm-2)
log ξ (erg cm s-1)
f cvr 1
z (absolute) 0.00386
WA 2 NH (1022cm-2) 2.75 ± 0.29
log ξ (erg cm s-1)
f cvr
z (absolute) 0.00386
WA 3 NH (1022cm-2)
log ξ (erg cm s-1)
f cvr 1
z (absolute) –0.00302
CA NH,Gal (1022cm-2) 0.0199

Notes. Fixed parameters are marked with an asterisk. We assume that the incident hard X-ray power law (HXPL) of the ionized reflection and the continuum power law are identical. To reduce model degeneracies, we freeze the photon index to the value found by Markowitz et al. (2009), who find WA3 to be outflowing. We therefore also freeze the absolute redshift of WA3 to the according value in our model. The soft excess is modeled by a power law (SXPL).

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