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Fig. 12


E(VXλ)host plotted as a function of wavelength for 14 SE SNe affected by 0 <E(BV)host< 0.2 or with a limited set of E(VXλ)host combinations. Note that the nine minimally-reddened objects are not included and that due to limited photometric coverage, SN 2006fo, SN 2008gc, and SN 2009ca are also omitted. Black diamonds indicate the E(VXλ)host color excess values obtained by taking the difference between the intrinsic color-curve template and the observed colors of each reddened SE SN from 0 d to +20 d. Solid lines correspond to the best reddening law fit to each series of data and the corresponding 1σ uncertainty of the fit is indicated with dashed lines. Shown in red is the best fit for , which is assumed for SNe Ic. Blue lines correspond to the best fit for , which is assumed for SNe Ib. Green lines correspond to the best fit for , which is assumed for SNe IIb. The corresponding best-fit values are reported in each sub-panel. The SNe names are color coded with respect to their spectroscopic sub-type, i.e., SNe IIb in green, SNe Ib in blue, SNe Ic in red, and SNe Ic-BL in magenta.

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