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J/AN/321/277      MK-class III giants temperatures    (Strassmeier+, 2000)
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/AN/321/277 Effective temperatures of K-M giants (Strassmeier+, 2000) ================================================================================ A temperature calibration for MK-class III giants from high-resolution spectral line-depth ratios Strassmeier K.G., Schordan P. <Astron. Nachrichten, 321, 277 (2000)> =2000AN....321..277S ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Stars, late-type ; Stars, giant ; Effective temperatures ; Photometry, UBVRI Keywords: stars: fundamental parameters - stars: general - color-magnitude diagrams - stars: late-type - techniques: spectroscopic Abstract: A high-resolution spectroscopic survey in the 6380-6460AA region of 224 slowly-rotating M-K class III giants is presented. Spectral line-depth ratio are calibrated against effective temperature obtained from B-V and V-I color indices in the range 3200-7500K (M6-A9). A table of polynomial coefficients for 12 line-ratio-Teff relations can be used to derive Teff of F-M stars to within 33K (rms), and of early-F and mid-to-late M stars to within 77-106K (rms).

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