EDP Sciences
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Issue
A&A
Volume 505, Number 1, October I 2009
Page(s) 307 - 318
Section The Sun
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/200912114
Published online 27 July 2009

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Table 5:   List of lines used for DEM diagnostics. The values of intensities (in the unit of $\rm{photon~sr^{-1} s^{-1} arcsec^{-2}}$) of the four regions are also shown.

Table 6:   List of ``peculiar'' lines identified in SUMER spectra of the sunspot. $A_{\rm ki}$ is the Einstein coefficient taken from NIST Atomic Spectral Database (Ralchenko et al. 2008) and Chianti Database (Dere et al. 1997; Landi et al. 2006). If available, unidentified lines are characterized by the temperature classification of Feldman et al. (1997) (a): $T_{\rm e} < 3 \times 10^5$ K, (b): $T_{\rm e} \approx 3 \times 10^5$ K, (c): $T_{\rm e}\approx 4 \times 10^5$ K, (d):  K, (e): $T_{\rm e} \approx 1.4\times 10^6$ K, (f): $T_{\rm e} \approx 1.8\times 10^6$ K. The line intensities are given in the unit of . References in last column: (0) Curdt et al. (Curdt et al. (2001)), (1) Ekberg & Feldman (Ekberg & Feldman (2003)), (2) Sandlin et al. (Sandlin et al. (1986)) (3) New identification.


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