Source fluxes, line ratios, luminosities, and gas masses of the sources using the redshifts listed in Table 4.
|Object||Line||FWZ I im||S rms||S peak value||Stot (r ≤ 10′′)1||M mol 4|
|[km s-1]||[Jy beam-1 km s-1]||[Jy km s-1]||[108 K km s-1 pc2]||[109M⊙]|
|HE 0433-1028||12CO(2–1)||195||0.9||33.2||56.6 ± 3.3||8.19||0.632||1.0–6.2|
|13CO(2–1)||150||0.8||3.8||3.2 ± 1.2||–||5–20|
|HE 1029-1831||12CO(3–2)||205||1.9||81.4||110.3 ± 6.1||9.17||1.003||0.7–4.5|
|HE 1108-2813||12CO(2–1)||260||0.8||78.3||104.5 ± 3.1||6.84||0.652||0.9–5.5|
|13CO(2–1)||150||0.5||3.5||3.0 ± 0.7||5–30|
Flux errors do not include the flux calibration error of 20–30% and are based on image noise to demonstrate the data quality only;
based on single dish fluxes in Bertram et al. (2007) and corrected for source size and our cosmology;
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