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Commit 4d615c9f authored by Milby, Jonathan S.'s avatar Milby, Jonathan S.
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# size distribution file for single sized grain
2010403 # magic number for version control
ssize # choices are SSIZE, POWER, EXP1, EXP2, EXP3
0.010 # grain size (micron)
# size distribution file for single sized grain
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9 6 11
# the above is a version number and must appear as the first line -
# it is used to confirm that this is the correct file
# for the current version of the code
#
# change log
# 9 6 11, change 2798 band to 2797 to avoid collision with label for MgII
# 9 5 30, add Baldwin et al 2004 FeII UV band, all ID strengs now " bounded
#
# the large FeII atom predicts far too many lines to be grasped by a human
# under most circumstances. The bands defined in this file provide a way to
# collapse the FeII spectrum into a smaller group of lines.
#
# These bands will be entered into the main emission line
# printout with line label "Fe2b",
# They will have a wavelength given by the first number on the following lines.
# The second pair of numbers are bounds for summing over the
# predicted FeII emission spectrum.
# Lines are included if their wavelengths are ge lower, le upper bounds
# these are all vacuum wavelengths
#
# data in this file is read in by routine FeIICreate, which calls
# FeIIBandsCreate, all into is put into
# structure FeII_Bands[n][3]
# The data structure FeII is in cddrive.h
#
# The number of wavelength bands is deduced on the fly by reading this file
# and stored as FillnBands.
# There is no limit to the number of bands in this file.
#
# The first number should be entered as an integer because
# it will be converted to an
# integer in the printout. The remaining numbers are floats.
# All numbers must be greater than 0 and the third number must be
# larger than the second.
#
# Any line with a "#" in col 1 is a comment and totally ignored,
# These comment lines can occur anywhere within this file.
# Any line that does not have a "#" in col 1 must contain three numbers.
#
# The file ends with end of file, and must contain comments or valid data
# up to that point
#
# the order of the bands in this file can be changed, and the
# bands will appear in exactly this order in the standard printout
#
# these are very broad bands
1500 1000 2000 "very broad FeII band"
2500 2000 3000 "very broad FeII band"
5000 4000 6000 "very broad FeII band"
7000 6000 7800 "break in excitation beyond 7800 - Lya casecades above 7800"
10000 7800 30000 "should be dominated by cascades after pump"
#
# these are the little bands, which pick up individual features
1067 1000 1133
1120 1070 1170
1148 1133 1163 "UV10"
1212 1163 1260 "under Lya+NV"
1270 1260 1280 "UV9"
1295 1280 1310 "Lya cascades"
1330 1310 1350
1365 1350 1380 "Lya cascades"
1450 1400 1500
1485 1380 1590
1550 1500 1600
1615 1590 1640 "UV8, UV43"
1650 1600 1700
1670 1640 1700 "UV68, UV40"
1740 1700 1780 "misc."
1787 1780 1793 "UV191"
1822 1793 1850 "misc."
1870 1850 1890 "Lya cascades (blue wing of C III])"
1930 1890 1970 "under CIII]"
2090 1970 2210 "misc. (see Grandi, year)"
2355 2280 2430 "UV2, UV3, UV35, UV36, spike in Baldwin+04 spike to gap ratio"
2430 2200 2660 "UV bump defined in Baldwin et al. 2004"
2445 2240 2650 "UV band used by Baldwin et al. 2004"
2495 2430 2560 "Lya cascades, gap in Baldwin+04 Spike to gap ratio"
2610 2560 2660 "UV1, UV64, spike in Baldwin+04 spike to gap ratio"
2695 2660 2730 "UV62, UV63 (avoid Mg II)"
2758 2730 2785 "UV62, UV63 under Mg II"
2780 2660 2900
2797 2785 2810 "misc. under Mg II"
2840 2810 2870 "Lya cascades under Mg II"
2935 2870 3000 "UV60, UV61, UV78"
2960 2900 3025
3050 3000 3100
3180 3025 3330
3250 3100 3400 "1,6,7"
3590 3400 3780
3910 3780 4040 "3, 29"
4060 4040 4080
4255 4080 4430 "27, 28 (blend w/ Hg, Hd)"
4558 4430 4685 "37, 38"
4600 4450 4750 "first Fe II opt band used in Baldwin+04"
4743 4685 4800
4855 4800 4910 "under Hb"
4920 4750 5080
4975 4910 5040 "42"
4971 4924 5018 "blend with Hb, [OIII]"
5070 5040 5100 "under Hb, [OIII]"
5143 5100 5185 "5169 only, avoids Hb, [OIII]"
5270 5080 5460 "second Fe II opt band used in Baldwin+04"
5318 5185 5450 "48, 49"
5540 5450 5630 "55"
5865 5630 6100
6265 6100 6430 "40, 74"
6565 6430 6700 "under Ha +[NII]"
6910 6700 7120
7445 7120 7770 "72, 73"
7785 7770 7800
8625 7800 9450 "Lya cascades"
10325 9450 11200 "Lya cascades"
18890 16780 21000 "Lya cascades"
22000 21000 23000 "Lya cascades"
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