EDP Sciences
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Issue
A&A
Volume 500, Number 3, June IV 2009
Page(s) 1089 - 1108
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/200810841
Published online 08 April 2009

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Table 2:   Logarithmic extinction C at HH$\beta $ and dereddened line intensities on the scale H$\beta =100$.

Table 3:   Plasma parameters and abundances. The first row for each PN gives parameters computed from the nominal values of the observational data. The second and third row give the upper and lower limits respectively of these parameters. Column (1) gives the PNG number; Col. (2) usual name; Col. (3) electron density deduced from [S  II$\lambda $6731/6716; Cols. (4) and (5) electron temperatures from [O  III$\lambda $4363/5007 and [N  II$\lambda $5755/6584 respectively (the value of $T_{\rm e}$(N  II) is in parenthesis if $T_{\rm e}$(O  III) was chosen for all ions). Columns (6) to (12) give the He/H, N/H, O/H, Ne/H, S/H, Ar/H, Cl/H ratios, respectively. Column (13) gives the logarithmic extinction C at HH$\beta $ derived from our spectra.

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The relation of different abundance ratios with ionization parameter O++/O++O++ for Galactic bulge PNe: [WR] PNe - magenta triangles; WEL PNe - blue squares; VL PNe - green circles; normal PNe - black or grey diamonds. Filled symbols mark objects with best quality data. PNe with a quality of the derived abundance ratio above the adopted rejection limit (i.e. error >0.3 dex) are represented with open thin-line symbols.

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The relation of different abundance ratios with ionization parameter He++/He++He++ for Galactic bulge PNe. The same notation as in Fig. 21.

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