EDP Sciences
Free Access
Issue
A&A
Volume 565, May 2014
Article Number A63
Number of page(s) 31
Section Stellar atmospheres
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201323167
Published online 13 May 2014

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thumbnail Fig. 2a

Comparison of best-fitting model spectrum (red line) with re-normalized observation (black line) for the stars, HD 35912 (right), HD 35299 (middle), and HD 37042 (left), in the spectral range λλ 3940–4062 Å. Light colors mark regions that have been excluded from fitting due to the presence of features that are not (properly) included in our models. For the sake of clarity, only the strongest out of all lines that have been used in the analysis are labeled. The residuals χ are defined by the bracket in Eq. (2).

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thumbnail Fig. 2b

Same as Fig. 2a in the spectral range λλ 4060–4212 Å.

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thumbnail Fig. 2c

Same as Fig. 2a in the spectral range λλ 4210–4412 Å.

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thumbnail Fig. 2d

Same as Fig. 2a in the spectral range λλ 4410–4617 Å.

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thumbnail Fig. 2e

Same as Fig. 2a in the spectral range λλ 4615–4912 Å.

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thumbnail Fig. 2f

Same as Fig. 2a in the spectral range λλ 4910–5352 Å.

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thumbnail Fig. 2g

Same as Fig. 2a in the spectral range λλ 5350–5861 Å. Note the comparatively small ordinate scales.

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thumbnail Fig. 2h

Same as Fig. 2a in the spectral range λλ 5859–6427 Å. Strong contamination with telluric lines.

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thumbnail Fig. 2i

Same as Fig. 2a in the spectral range λλ 6425–6742 Å. Strong contamination with telluric lines. Nebula emission lines visible in HD 37042’s spectrum (left).

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thumbnail Fig. 3a

Comparison of best-fitting model spectrum (red line) with re-normalized observation (black line) for the objects, HD 119109 (right), HD 213420 (middle), and HD 75821 (left), in the spectral range λλ 3940–4062 Å. Light colors mark regions that have been excluded from the fitting due to the presence of features that are not (properly) included in our models. For the sake of clarity, only the strongest out of all lines that have been used in the analysis are labeled. Blue connection lines mark contributions of the secondary component. The residuals χ are defined by the bracket in Eq. (2).

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thumbnail Fig. 3b

Same as Fig. 3a in the spectral range λλ 4060–4212 Å.

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thumbnail Fig. 3c

Same as Fig. 3a in the spectral range λλ 4210–4412 Å.

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thumbnail Fig. 3d

Same as Fig. 3a in the spectral range λλ 4410–4617 Å.

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thumbnail Fig. 3e

Same as Fig. 3a in the spectral range λλ 4615–4912 Å.

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thumbnail Fig. 3f

Same as Fig. 3a in the spectral range λλ 4910–5352 Å.

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thumbnail Fig. 3g

Same as Fig. 3a in the spectral range λλ 5350–5861 Å. Note the comparatively small ordinate scales.

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thumbnail Fig. 3h

Same as Fig. 3a in the spectral range λλ 5859–6427 Å. Strong contamination with telluric lines.

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thumbnail Fig. 3i

Same as Fig. 3a in the spectral range λλ 6425–6742 Å. Strong contamination with telluric lines.

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