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This study is aimed at identifying observables, which are crucial to understanding some very basic parameters of compact H II regions. These parameters include the type of embedded star, temperature and density distribution in the cloud, elemental abundances, optical depth due to the dust etc. In this study, since the outer physical sizes are consistently frozen for all models, these are helpful in analysing compact H II regions, for which observational data regarding the physical sizes, hence distance and luminosity are known. These models would certainly help in identifying the region of the spectrum or the spectral lines, which bear most unique signature about the stellar type, as well as the dust density distribution.

An extremely conservative approach (as described in Paper I) is taken to decide which part of the continuum spectra is useful. Similar discretion is exercised, while choosing the spectral lines, for which the luminosities are presented here.