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C. W. Mauche (LLNL), N. Brickhouse (CfA), S. Howell (PSI), M. Hurwitz (UCB), D. Liedahl (LLNL), K. Mukai (GSFC), J. Raymond (CfA), M. Sirk (CEA), P. Szkody (UWash)
The intermediate polar EX Hydrae was the subject of an extensive multiwavelength campaign in May-June 2000 built around a million second EUVE observation of the source. We present results of the EUV to hard X-ray component of the campaign derived from quasi-simultaneous EUVE, Chandra, and RXTE photometric and spectroscopic observations. Emphasis is given to the Chandra HETG spectrum, which shows strong emission lines of H-like O, H- and He-like Ne, Mg, Si, S, Ar, and Fe, and L-shell Fe. Line strengths are used to constrain the temperature and density of the emitting plasma, thereby constraining models of the accretion column.