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A Molecular Line Survey of Sagittarius B2 and Orion--KL from 70 to 115 GHz. II. Analysis of the Data
Over 800 lines in OMC-1 and over 700 in Sgr B2 were observed in the NRAO 3-mm survey. Detailed LTE analysis of 33 species has been performed using numbers of transitions in the range 4-98.
A molecular line survey of Sagittarius B2 and Orion-KL from 70 to 115 GHz. I - The observational data
The complete millimeter-wave spectrum between 70 and 115 GHz of the giant Sgr B2 molecular cloud and the star-forming KL region of Orion has been surveyed with the NRAO 11 m telescope at a resolution
Tests of shock chemistry in IC 443G
Eight molecular species, in the hot dense clump IC 443G, believed to be impacted by the shock wave from the SNR IC 443, are investigated. The clump consists of two distinct regions, one relatively
Serotonin and Nitric Oxide Regulate Metamorphosis in the Marine Snail Ilyanassa obsoleta
Results of neuroanatomical studies suggest that the production of nitric oxide (NO) increases throughout the planktonic stage and that NO production is necessary for the maintenance of the larval state, especially as it becomes metamorphically competent.
A Spectral Line Survey of Selected 3 Millimeter Bands toward Sagittarius B2(N-LMH) Using the National Radio Astronomy Observatory 12 Meter Radio Telescope and the Berkeley-Illinois-Maryland
We have initiated a spectral line survey, at a wavelength of 3 mm, toward the hot molecular core Sgr B2(N-LMH). This is the first spectral line survey of the Sgr B2(N) region utilizing data from both
Detection of interstellar SO+ : a diagnostic of dissociative shock chemistry
SO + , predicted to form efficiently by dissociative shocks (Neufeld & Dalgarno, 1989, ApJ, 340), has been detected in the shocked molecular clump IC 443G, by means of four transitions at 3 and 1.3
Detection of interstellar acetone toward the Orion-KL hot core
We present the first detection of interstellar acetone [(CH3)2CO] toward the high-mass star-forming region Orion-KL and the first detection of vibrationally excited (CH3)2CO in the interstellar