2005A&A...443..509L


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2005A&A...443..509L - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 443, 509-517 (2005/11-4)

Phosphorus in the diffuse interstellar medium.

LEBOUTEILLER V., KUASSIVI and FERLET R.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present FUSE and HST/STIS measurements of the P column density toward Galactic stars. We analyzed P through the profile fitting of the unsaturated λ1125 and λ1533 lines and derived column densities integrated along the sightlines as well as in individual resolved components. We find that phosphorus is not depleted along those sightlines sampling the diffuse neutral gas. We also investigate the correlation existing between P and O column densities and find that there is no differential depletion between these two specie. Furthermore, the ratio N(P)/N(O) is consistent with the solar P/O value, implying that P and O coexist in the same gaseous phase and are likely to evolve in parallel. We argue that phosphorus, as traced by P, is an excellent neutral oxygen tracer in various physical environments, except when ionization corrections are a significant issue. Thus, P lines (observable with FUSE, HST/STIS, or with VLT/UVES for the QSO sightlines) are particularly useful as a proxy for O lines when these are saturated or blended.

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Journal keyword(s): ISM: abundances - ISM: atoms - ISM: clouds - Galaxy: abundances - ultraviolet: ISM

CDS comments: Table 6 WD 1528-163 probable misprint for WD 1528+487, HZ 121 probable misprint for HZ 21.

Simbad objects: 37

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Number of rows : 37

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 QSO J0003-2603 QSO 00 03 22.9530051057 -26 03 18.306624161   18 17.53     ~ 272 0
2 GD 2 WD* 00 07 32.2596836786 +33 17 27.606663558 12.321 13.482 13.791 13.940 14.119 DA1.0 91 0
3 NAME SMC G 00 52 38.0 -72 48 01   2.79 2.2     ~ 9697 1
4 RMC 31 WR* 01 03 25.2276668802 -72 06 43.858552056   12.11 12.30     WN3:h+O5.5V+O5.5If+O7.5V 109 0
5 GD 984 ** 01 34 24.0762198763 -16 07 08.094570627   13.6 13.98 14.3   DA1+dM 67 0
6 QSO B0347-383 QSO 03 49 43.6605705480 -38 10 30.834942758     17.3     ~ 185 0
7 V* X Per HXB 03 55 23.0778791365 +31 02 45.045745259 6.090 6.840 6.720     O9.5III 917 0
8 HD 47240 Pu* 06 37 52.7036331811 +04 57 24.007346108 5.65 6.35 6.20 5.98 5.87 B1Ib 150 0
9 NAME MONOCEROS NEB SNR 06 38 43 +06 30.2           ~ 222 0
10 * zet Pup BY* 08 03 35.04754 -40 00 11.3321 0.89 1.98 2.25 2.36 2.58 O4I(n)fp 1106 1
11 HD 93222 Y*O 10 44 36.2479580459 -60 05 28.886871750 7.26 8.18 8.10 8.91   O7V((f))z 184 0
12 HD 99857 * 11 28 27.1945574593 -66 29 21.368632895 6.81 7.57 7.49 8.63   B1Ib 75 0
13 HD 104705 Pu* 12 03 23.9087495479 -62 41 45.831105033 6.94 9.56 9.11 8.85   B0III/IV 102 0
14 HZ 21 WD* 12 13 56.2639830406 +32 56 31.359805342 13.125 14.361 14.688 14.837 15.038 DO1 136 0
15 * alf Vir bC* 13 25 11.57937 -11 09 40.7501 -0.20 0.74 0.97 1.06 1.30 B1V 829 2
16 HD 121968 * 13 58 51.1663950090 -02 54 52.325376999 9.160 10.071 10.256 10.330 10.429 B2II 93 0
17 HD 124314 ** 14 15 01.60615 -61 42 24.3831   8.96 6.64 6.45 6.31 O6V(n)((f)) 137 1
18 RE J152943+483625 WD* 15 29 43.1096559509 +48 36 24.010880238     14.5     DA1.0 27 0
19 RX J1629.0+7804 WD* 16 29 10.278576 +78 04 39.91620   12.74 12.95 13.03   DA1.2 85 0
20 * zet Oph Be* 16 37 09.5390545 -10 34 01.529471 1.73 2.58 2.56 2.46 2.50 O9.2IVnn 1748 2
21 HD 149499B WD* 16 38 31.199 -57 28 10.70   11.12 11.26     DOZ1 100 0
22 KUV 18004+6836 WD* 18 00 09.6184784130 +68 35 52.231574850   14.68 14.69 15.00   DA1.1 58 0
23 RX J1847.9-2219 WD* 18 47 56.5243215681 -22 19 37.775673973   14.5 14.0 14.4   DA1.5 39 0
24 HD 177989 * 19 07 37.7606873326 -18 43 34.508944384 8.39 9.22 9.34     B2II 87 0
25 HD 185418 * 19 38 27.4810594267 +17 15 26.046198639 7 7.639 7.485     B0.5V 121 0
26 RX J2009.1-6025 WD* 20 09 05.6035755667 -60 25 42.532886256 11.94 13.11 13.39 13.69   DA1.2 59 0
27 RX J2013.1+4002 ** 20 13 09.3685301695 +40 02 24.240184767     14.6     DAO+M2/3e 88 1
28 HD 202347 * 21 13 41.8579262350 +45 36 41.260356208 6.6 7.41 7.50     B1V 63 0
29 BPS CS 29506-0051 WD* 21 27 43.1221247935 -22 11 48.684983273 13.53 14.72 14.94     DA1.0 44 0
30 RX J2214.1-4918 WD* 22 14 11.9174871148 -49 19 27.217191655   11.28 11.57 11.7   DA.7 110 0
31 QSO J2246-6015 QSO 22 47 08.9261267635 -60 15 45.301367673           ~ 61 0
32 HD 218915 s*b 23 11 06.9480376287 +53 03 29.651927910 6.32 7.22 7.20     O9.2Iab 186 1
33 GD 246 WD* 23 12 21.6156138550 +10 47 04.257261526 11.578 12.772 13.090 13.238 13.418 DA.9 206 0
34 LB 1526 WD* 23 34 02.1937634480 -47 14 26.650283705   13.13 13.46     DA.9 68 0
35 V* V373 Cas SB* 23 55 33.8387778685 +57 24 43.805719071 5.49 6.21 6.00     B0.5II-III 143 0
36 NAME Local Bubble ISM ~ ~           ~ 719 0
37 NAME LLIV Arch PoC ~ ~           ~ 20 0

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