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Table 4

Galactic extreme carbon stars.

Identifier Other name Period Amp. (Fil.) Ref. v exp Lum. d MLRDUSTY v exp,DUSTY r gd MLRscaled
(days) (mag) (km s-1) (L) (kpc) (10-5M yr-1) (km s-1) (10-5M yr-1)

AFGL 190 01144+6658 1060 1.2 (L) 1 18.0 16 400 3.30 5.7 10.5 67 3.3
AFGL 341 02293+5748 815 0.9 (L) 1 14.2 12 500 2.81 2.6 14.2 199 2.6
IRAS 03448+4432 AFGL 5102 729 0.7 (K) 2 13.3 11 100 2.31 1.4 20.6 477 2.2
AFGL 865 06012+0726 696 0.9 (K) 3 16.6 10 600 1.72 1.5 17.9 234 1.6
IRAS 08074-3615 V688 Pup 832 0.9 (K) 4 21.7 12 700 2.95 2.0 19.2 156 1.7
AFGL 2494 19594+4047 783 1.0 (L) 5 20.5 12 000 1.50 1.4 20.0 191 1.3
AFGL 3068 23166+1655 696 0.9 (K) 3 15.1 10 600 1.05 3.9 13.9 168 3.6

Reference. For the pulsation periods and semi-amplitudes are (1) Groenewegen et al. (1998), based on L-band data from R. R. Joyce (1996, priv. comm.); (2) Kerschbaum et al. (2006); (3) Le Bertre (1992); (4) Whitelock et al. (2006); and (5) Jones et al. (1990). The output from MoD for the gas MLR and expansion velocity scale with (rgd/ 200)p with power p = 0.5 and − 0.5, respectively.

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