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3 I use published models to derived physical parameters for a subset of 13 SNe. 43 44 Observed and physical properties of Type II plateau supernovae Fig. 1. Envelope velocity versus absolute plateau V magnitude for 24 SNe IIP, both measured in the middle of the plateau (day 50) (filled circles). The expansion velocities were obtained from the minimum of the Fe II λ5169 lines. The absolute magnitudes were derived from redshift-based distances and observed magnitudes corrected for dust extinction.
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The three crosses correspond to SN 1987A, SN 1997D, and SN 1999br which have been modeled in detail by Arnett (1996) and Zampieri et al. (2003a). The nickel yield for SN 1999br comes from H03. to be correlated with the envelope mass, in the sense that more massive progenitors produce more energetic SNe. This suggests that stellar mass plays a central role in the physics of core collapse. The second remarkable result (bottom panel) is that SNe with greater energies produce more nickel (a result previously suggested by Blanton et al.