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Table A.2

Log of metallicity estimates and galaxy properties for our sample of (i)PTF SNe II.

(i)PTF SN Host galaxy αhost (J2000) δhost (J2000) dSN/Rg Mhost(r) (gr)host Z host Z host Z host Z SN Z SN Z SN
(hh:mm:ss) (dd:mm:ss) (mag) (mag) (Z; LZ) (Z; LCZ) (Z; O3N2) (Z; LZ) (Z; LCZ) (Z; O3N2)

09ecm 2MASX J01064313-0622468 01:06:42.914 –06:22:44.83 0.40 –20.17 0.48 0.77 0.95 ... 0.68 0.84 ...
09fma GALEXASC J031023.07-100001.5 03:10:23.161 –10:00:01.04 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
10bgl NGC 3191 10:19:05.131 +46:27:14.77 0.78 –21.63 0.60 1.32 1.22 ... 1.03 0.95 ...
10gva SDSS J122355.39+103448.9 12:23:55.395 +10:34:48.97 0.11 –17.94 0.44 0.34 0.51 0.59 0.32 0.50 0.57
10gxi SDSS J124433.49+310505.7 12:44:33.497 +31:05:05.75 0.43 –18.13 0.36 0.36 0.42 0.50 0.31 0.36 0.43
10jwr SDSS J161215.97+320414.6 16:12:15.963 +32:04:14.68 0.13 –19.29 0.73 0.56 1.16 ... 0.53 1.11 ...
10mug* SDSS J150406.83+282917.6 15:04:06.831 +28:29:17.68 0.15 –16.96 0.42 0.24 0.35 ... 0.22 0.33 ...
10osr SDSS J234545.05+112842.1 23:45:45.055 +11:28:42.16 0.50 –16.12 0.48 0.17 0.31 ... 0.15 0.27 ...
10pjg Zw 104 NED02 23:23:08.856 +13:02:44.27 1.97 –20.72 0.51 0.95 1.08 ... 0.50 0.57 ...
10qwz UGC 12687 23:35:17.579 +12:55:26.42 2.00 –20.99 0.76 1.04 1.22 ... 0.55 0.64 ...
10rem SDSS J171743.62+205230.4 17:17:43.627 +20:52:30.43 0.07 –17.94 0.17 0.34 0.19 ... 0.33 0.18 ...
10vdl ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
10xtq SDSS J082314.14+215755.4 08:23:14.148 +21:57:55.44 0.24 –20.45 0.42 0.86 0.91 ... 0.79 0.84 ...
11ajz IC 2373 08:26:48.979 +20:21:53.42 2.40 –20.48 0.20 0.87 0.55 0.77 0.40 0.25 0.36
11go SDSS J113200.20+534250.5 11:32:00.210 +53:42:50.57 1.10 –19.74 0.32 0.66 0.62 0.68 0.46 0.43 0.48
11hsj GALEXASC J165757.67+551105.0 16:57:57.673 +55:11:05.04 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
11htj SDSS J211603.12+123124.4 21:16:03.128 +12:31:24.41 1.13 –17.64 –0.20 0.30 0.02 ... 0.21 0.01 ...
11iqb NGC 0151 00:34:02.791 –09:42:19.02 1.03 –21.83 0.87 1.43 1.07 ... 1.02 0.77 ...
11izt GALEXASC J015226.07+353023.6 01:52:26.074 +35:30:23.66 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
11qax SDSS J234226.03+001521.5 23:42:26.030 +00:15:21.57 0.31 –19.29 0.46 0.56 0.77 0.75 0.50 0.70 0.68
12bro SDSS J122417.03+185529.5 12:24:17.037 +18:55:29.50 0.55 –15.60 0.22 0.14 0.07 ... 0.12 0.06 ...
12bvh M95 10:43:57.691 +11:42:13.70 3.84 –19.54 0.83 0.61 1.22 ... 0.18 0.35 ...
12cod* SDSS J132232.47+544905.5 13:22:32.477 +54:49:05.53 1.67 –19.47 0.17 0.60 0.35 0.85 0.35 0.21 0.50
12fip SDSS J150050.86+092027.6 15:00:50.863 +09:20:27.64 0.39 –19.47 0.31 0.59 0.56 ... 0.52 0.49 ...
12fo SDSS J125837.28+271035.8 12:58:37.282 +27:10:35.81 1.47 –20.27 0.36 0.80 0.79 1.03 0.50 0.49 0.64
12ftc SDSS J150501.72+200554.6 15:05:01.730 +20:05:54.68 0.89 –18.61 0.39 0.43 0.54 ... 0.32 0.41 ...
12gnn* SDSS J155849.24+361010.4 15:58:49.242 +36:10:10.42 0.16 –15.82 0.45 0.15 0.24 ... 0.15 0.23 ...
12hsx SDSS J005503.33+421954.0 00:55:03.337 +42:19:54.06 0.18 –18.60 0.37 0.43 0.52 ... 0.41 0.49 ...
13aaz M65 11:18:55.910 +13:05:32.33 3.50 –20.29 0.87 0.81 1.21 ... 0.26 0.39 ...
13akg SDSS J113437.02+545328.7 11:34:37.021 +54:53:28.77 0.71 –18.97 0.61 0.49 0.96 ... 0.39 0.76 ...
13bjx SDSS J141451.26+364723.8 14:14:51.260 +36:47:23.83 0.85 –20.97 0.47 1.04 1.07 ... 0.79 0.81 ...
13bld SDSS J162454.16+410302.8 16:24:54.163 +41:03:02.74 0.40 –21.26 0.64 1.16 1.22 ... 1.01 1.07 ...
13cnk SDSS J020213.41+075831.3 02:02:13.413 +07:58:31.27 1.12 –19.23 0.28 0.54 0.48 ... 0.38 0.33 ...
13dkk NGC 7732 23:41:33.804 +03:43:29.53 0.68 –19.04 0.29 0.51 0.46 ... 0.41 0.37 ...
13dkz SDSS J013611.64+333703.6 01:36:11.645 +33:37:03.65 0.25 –17.46 0.49 0.28 0.51 ... 0.26 0.47 ...
13dla* SDSS J010249.10-004430.2 01:02:49.101 –00:44:30.25 0.42 –17.02 0.32 0.24 0.24 ... 0.21 0.21 ...
13dqy NGC 7610 23:19:41.376 +10:11:06.04 1.66 –19.99 0.66 0.72 1.15 ... 0.42 0.67 ...
14adz* SDSS J134957.67+374508.2 13:49:57.671 +37:45:08.27 0.22 –19.50 0.34 0.60 0.61 ... 0.56 0.57 ...
14aoi NGC 4134 12:09:10.010 +29:10:36.86 0.99 –20.82 0.68 0.98 1.22 ... 0.71 0.88 ...

Notes. For each SN we report the host-galaxy name, the host-galaxy coordinates, the deprojected distance of each SN from its host-galaxy center (normalized by the De Vaucouleurs g-band radius of the host), and the absolute r-band magnitude as well as gr color of the host galaxy. In the last six columns Z is reported for the host and at the SN position as measured from three different methods: (1) the luminosity-metallicity relation (LZ); (2) the luminosity-color-metallicity relation (LCZ); and (3) the strong-line diagnostic (O3N2; Pettini & Pagel 2004). When computing the metallicity at the SN distance from the host-galaxy center, we converted the average Z gradient in units of DeVRad_g-1 by multiplying the metallicity gradient by 0.3, which is the typical ratio between DeVRad_g-1 and the isophotal radius in the g-band. The isophotal radius, isoA_g, is available only for the SDSS galaxies in the DR7. The host of PTF10vdl is not detected, those of PTF09fma, PTF11hsj, and PTF11hzt are not in the SDSS footprint. We exclude these hosts from the analysis presented in Fig. 3. The vast majority of our SN hosts are in the optimal Mgα(gr) range where the LCZ relation was calibrated. The adoption of a standard gradient for all the host galaxies is a strong assumption and could lead to erroneous local metallicity estimates for some of the SNe if their actual gradient is significantly different from ours, as it could be for dwarf galaxies.

(*)

SN IIL. The other objects are SNe IIP.

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