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equivalent width


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equivalent width

equivalent aperture width

equivalent aperture width

equivalent aperture width

Tool for Automatic Measurement of Equivalent width (TAME)

[O iii] equivalent width and orientation effects in quasars

Star formation indicators and line equivalent width in Lyα galaxies

Measuring stellar oscillations using equivalent widths of absorption lines

An anticorrelation between X-ray luminosity and Hα equivalent width in X-ray binaries

On the dependence between UV luminosity and Lyα equivalent width in high-redshift galaxies

New perspectives on strong z≃ 0.5 Mg ii absorbers: are halo mass and equivalent width anticorrelated?

The relationship between [O iii]λ5007 Å equivalent width and obscuration in active galactic nuclei

Relationships between the H i 21-cm line strength, Mg ii equivalent width and metallicity in damped Lyman α absorption systems

X-Ray Reflection Nebulae with Large Equivalent Widths of the Neutral Iron K[math] Line in the Sagittarius C Region

The evolution of the equivalent width of the Hα emission line and specific star formation rate in star-forming galaxies at 1 < z < 5

On the equivalent width of the Fe Kα line produced by a dusty absorber in active galactic nuclei

The profile and equivalent width of the X-ray iron emission line from a disc around a Kerr black hole

Spectroscopy of the roAp star α Cir - II. The bisector and equivalent width of the Hα line

Scale heights and equivalent widths of the iron K-shell lines in the Galactic diffuse X-ray emission

 

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A measure of the strength of a line in a spectrum. An emission line is an increase in the intensity of a spectrum, while an absorption line is a dip. The equivalent width is the width of the spectral continuum that has the same area as the line. Values are negative for emission lines, positive for absorption lines.

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