TITLE

Velocity and Temperature Response Functions of 61 Photospheric Lines in the Near-Infrared H Band (1500 – 1800 nm) – II

AUTHOR(S)
Penza, V.; Berrilli, F.
PUB. DATE
January 2014
SOURCE
Solar Physics;Jan2014, Vol. 289 Issue 1, p27
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We present a list of 61 solar photospheric lines in the near-infrared H-band (1500 – 1800 nm), obtained by synthesis under the LTE approximation, and compute the corresponding velocity and temperature response functions (RF) in the line core and depth-integrated RFs as a function of wavelength. In particular, we computed the core formation heights and the ranges of atmospheric layers where thermodynamic perturbations are dominant. Moreover, we indicate the wavelength where the line is more sensitive to thermodynamic variations and quantify this sensitivity. This list is the extension of a previous work of Penza and Berrilli ( Solar Phys.277, 227, 2012 ).
ACCESSION #
91933398

 

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