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Table 4

Summary of fit results for disks with cavities.

Previously known TDs
Name γ R hole Reason Ref.
(au)

MY Lup −0.59 ± 0.01 34 1
Sz 100 −1.5 ± 0.1 46 2
Sz 84 −1.0 ± 0.2 41 3
J16102955-3922144 −0.5 ± 0.64 31 4

Disks with tentatively new evidence of a cavity
Sz 129 −0.33 ± 0.02 22 5
J16000236-4222145 −0.20 ± 0.02 30 6

Not fit
J16083070-3828268 large cavity 2
RY Lup large cavity 7
Sz 111 large cavity 2
Sz 123A binary 2, 4
J16070854-3914075 edge-on 2, 4
Sz 112 F890 μm< 4 mJy 5
J16011549-4152351 no stellar parameters 5
J16081497-3857145 unresolved (4)

Notes. For four previously known TDs (top) and for two disks for which we found new evidence of a cavity (middle) we report the radial slope γ, the hole radius Rhole (estimated as the Σd(R) peak radius). We also list the disks that we have not fit (bottom) with the reason for which we have been unable to fit them.

Reference. (1) Romero et al. (2012); (2) Merín et al. (2008); (3) Merín et al. (2010); (4) Bustamante et al. (2015) (5); van der Marel et al. (2016); (7) see discussion in Ansdell et al. (2016).

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