Properties of the H-poor SLSN sample used in the paper for cumulative plots.
|SLSN||Redshift||MB||log M ⋆||SFR||12 +||References|
|MLS12110||0.303||–19.39||9.25||0.73 ± 0.02||8.54||1, 2|
|SN2006oz||0.396||–16.96||8.67||0.13 ± 0.11||8.46||1, 3|
|PTF09atu||0.501||–16.3||8.35||< 0.11||–||4, 4|
|PS1-12bqf||0.522||–20.28||9.45||1.05 ± 0.55||8.82||2, 2|
|PS1-11ap||0.524||–18.83||8.48||0.30 ± 0.18||8.42||2, 2|
|PS1-10bzj||0.650||–17.90||7.21||5.85 ± 2.10||7.76||2, 2|
|PS1-12zn||0.674||–18.75||8.34||4.50 ± 2.00||8.40||2, 2|
Notes. All objects have available NIR photometric observations and therefore reliably measured stellar masses. Reported are SLSN designation, redshift, absolute B-band magnitude, stellar mass, star formation rate, and nebular metallicity (in the M08 metallicity calibration). The last column lists the references from which the stellar masses and spectra were obtained, respectively. Masses and MB were adopted directly from the referenced works, while SFR and metallicities were measured as described in Sect. 2.
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