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Table 1.

Enlarged XQR-30 Sample: Redshift derived from the Mg II emission line modeling or, when available, from the [C II] emission line (see D’Odorico et al. 2023); C IV and Mg II full-width at half maximum; C IV blueshift (used in Eq. (4)); monochromatic luminosities at rest-frame 1350 Å and 3000 Å; bolometric luminosities; black hole masses and Eddington ratio values, derived from both the C IV and Mg II emission lines.

Name Redshift FWHMCIV FWHMMgII C IV Blueshift log λL1350 log λL3000 log Lbol log MBH, CIV log MBH,  Mg II λEdd,CIV λEdd, Mg II
[km s−1] [km s−1] [km s−1] [erg s−1] [erg s−1] [erg s−1] [M] [M]
PSOJ007+04 (a) 6.0015 ( † ) 6169±1057 8176±473 2778±601 46.56 46.41 47.12 9.16 9.89 0.71±0.49 0.13±0.06
PSOJ009–10 ( ‡ ,a) 6.004 ( † ) 8025±2963 7336±697 2956±456 46.42 46.63 47.34 9.28 9.9 0.88±0.73 0.21±0.06
PSOJ023–02 ( ‡ ,a) 5.90 4806±486 4065±201 832±112 46.39 46.62 47.33 9.37 9.39 0.7±0.26 0.68±0.12
PSOJ025–11 (a) 5.85 5283±1043 3976±196 1316±286 46.68 46.56 47.27 9.45 9.34 0.51±0.32 0.66±0.18
PSOJ029–29 5.984 6886±1190 3501±292 2063±285 46.88 46.78 47.49 9.58 9.34 0.63±0.3 1.1±0.27
ATLASJ029–36 6.02 5808±1517 3753±266 1924±377 46.73 46.38 47.1 9.39 9.2 0.4±0.26 0.6±0.1
VDESJ0224–4711 6.526 5378±207 2863±206 1808±42 46.61 46.82 47.54 9.29 9.19 1.36±0.23 1.72±0.36
PSOJ060+24 6.18 4522±625 3270±249 633±323 46.58 46.59 47.3 9.5 9.18 0.48±0.52 1.01±0.27
J0408–5632 ( ‡ ) 6.0345 6943±355 4057±323 2411±155 46.55 46.48 47.19 9.33 9.31 0.55±0.15 0.57±0.16
PSOJ065–26 6.1871 ( † ) 8866±2638 4878±836 3895±1503 46.83 46.64 47.35 9.41 9.56 0.67±0.66 0.48±0.17
PSOJ065+01 ( ‡ ,a, b) 5.79 2389±878 5569±849 2682±368 46.4 46.49 47.2 8.27 9.6 6.63±5.37 0.31±0.12
PSOJ089–15 ( ‡ ) 5.957 3345±707 4365±425 1385±164 46.6 46.86 47.57 8.99 9.57 2.94±1.48 0.77±0.18
PSOJ108+08 5.9485 8164±628 4247±346 3109±281 46.84 46.75 47.46 9.48 9.49 0.74±0.26 0.72±0.24
SDSSJ0842+1218 ( ‡ ) 6.0754 ( † ) 6041±270 3854±337 2078±37 46.58 46.54 47.25 9.3 9.3 0.68±0.11 0.68±0.15
J0923+0402 ( ‡ ) 6.633 ( † ) 5940±327 3793±799 2682±135 46.5 46.79 47.51 9.11 9.42 1.92±0.45 0.95±0.44
PSOJ158–14 6.0685 ( † ) 6323±1538 3258±212 1767±1138 46.77 46.85 47.56 9.52 9.31 0.85±1.19 1.37±0.42
PSOJ183+05 6.4386 ( † ) 7075±2010 4476±1282 3035±348 46.69 46.49 47.2 9.29 9.41 0.62±0.47 0.48±0.36
PSOJ183–12 ( ‡ ,a) 5.86 6196±517 3203±517 3031±194 46.81 46.7 47.41 9.24 9.22 1.13±0.29 1.19±0.43
PSOJ217–16 6.1498 ( † ) 10292±909 2772±741 3243±1394 46.6 46.55 47.26 9.54 9.02 0.41±0.37 1.34±0.79
PSOJ217–07 ( ‡ ) 6.1663 9174±2402 2607±533 3260±2169 46.46 46.42 47.13 9.35 8.9 0.46±0.69 1.3±0.8
PSOJ231–20 ( ‡ ) 6.5869 ( † ) 6470±241 4644±179 2528±116 46.74 46.65 47.36 9.34 9.52 0.79±0.12 0.53±0.07
J1535+1943 6.370 ( † ) 6268±654 5640±236 2353±271 46.51 46.88 47.6 9.23 9.8 1.78±0.77 0.48±0.15
PSOJ239–07 ( ‡ ) 6.1102 ( † ) 4863±185 3947±79 537±63 46.72 46.74 47.46 9.68 9.42 0.46±0.17 0.83±0.24
PSOJ242–12 (a) 5.830 6791±1672 4892±495 1152±439 46.48 46.55 47.26 9.61 9.51 0.34±0.33 0.43±0.18
PSOJ308–27 5.7985 5284±148 2852±131 535±115 46.7 46.64 47.35 9.74 9.09 0.32±0.14 1.4±0.26
PSOJ323+12 6.5872 ( † ) 2828±140 2450±284 326±27 46.65 46.56 47.27 9.26 8.92 0.78±0.19 1.73±0.5
VIK J2211–3206 ( ‡ ) 6.3394 ( † ) 5114±224 3448±729 1811±97 46.66 46.73 47.44 9.27 9.3 1.15±0.2 1.06±0.47
VDES J2250–5051 ( ‡ ) 5.9767 16618±11883 5212±4022 3001±9685 46.58 46.73 47.44 9.99 9.66 0.22±1.45 0.46±0.72
SDSSJ2310+18 ( ‡ ) 6.0031 ( † ) 8576±2362 5156±252 3224±1504 46.92 46.78 47.49 9.55 9.67 0.67±0.75 0.51±0.15
PSOJ359–06 6.1722 ( † ) 3257±142 2653±213 554±39 46.55 46.59 47.3 9.23 9.0 0.9±0.36 1.53±0.65
SDSSJ0100+28 6.3268 ( † ) 6647±1971 5742±1705 2496±316 47.58 47.44 48.15 9.82 10.1 2.94±1.48 0.77±0.52
ATLASJ025–33 6.3373 ( † ) 6408±962 3302±768 2461±251 47.03 46.95 47.66 9.51 9.37 0.88±0.73 0.21±0.7
ULASJ0148+06 5.977 5811±368 4741±473 2906±129 46.85 46.74 47.46 9.23 9.58 0.7±0.26 0.68±0.13
PSOJ036+03 6.5405 ( † ) 10131±329 3872±367 3727±135 46.82 46.79 47.5 9.55 9.43 0.51±0.32 0.66±0.2
QSOJ0439+1634 (c) 6.5188 ( † ) 5352±110 3329±295 1773±58 47.51 47.62 48.33 9.77 9.72 0.63±0.3 1.1±0.62
SDSSJ0818+17 5.96 9869±805 5477±334 3727±329 46.86 46.85 47.56 9.55 9.76 0.4±0.26 0.6±0.13
SDSSJ0836+00 5.773 6908±196 3793±691 573±77 47.06 47.14 47.85 10.15 9.59 1.36±0.23 1.72±0.51
SDSSJ0927+20 5.7722 ( † ) 5480±732 3405±243 1785±166 46.55 46.37 47.08 9.28 9.11 0.48±0.52 1.01±0.36
SDSSJ1030+05 6.304 5002±391 3578±336 1092±92 46.64 46.61 47.32 9.45 9.27 0.55±0.15 0.57±0.31
SDSSJ1306+03 6.033 ( † ) 4567±688 3825±449 769±189 46.66 46.53 47.24 9.5 9.29 0.67±0.66 0.48±0.19
ULASJ1319+09 6.1347 ( † ) 6964±2636 4905±162 3150±2607 46.73 46.58 47.3 9.28 9.53 0.71±0.49 0.13±0.09
CFHQSJ1509–1 6.1225 ( † ) 5095±828 3586±707 1021±216 46.59 46.65 47.37 9.47 9.3 6.63±5.37 0.31±0.39

Notes. ( † ) Redshift from [C II] emission line (see D’Odorico et al. 2023). ( ‡ ) Classified as a BAL quasar (Bischetti et al. 2022). (a) Note: the Mg II emission line in this spectrum is very close to/within a strong telluric feature, therefore it needs to be taken with caution. (b) Note: the C IV emission line region in this spectrum has low S/N, therefore the derived black holes and Eddington ratios need to be taken with caution. (c) This quasar is gravitationally lensed (Fan et al. 2019): the values presented here are not corrected for magnification. This quasar was not included in the comparison with lower-z sources in the discussion session.

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