A Rigorous Attempt to Verify Interstellar Glycine

@article{Snyder2004ARA,
  title={A Rigorous Attempt to Verify Interstellar Glycine},
  author={L. Snyder and F. Lovas and J. M. Hollis and D. Friedel and P. Jewell and A. Remijan and V. Ilyushin and E. Alekseev and S. Dyubko},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={619},
  pages={914-930}
}
In 2003, Kuan and coworkers reported the detection of interstellar glycine (NH2CH2COOH) based on observations of 27 lines in 19 different spectral bands in one or more of the sources Sgr B2(N-LMH), Orion KL, and W51 e1/e2. They supported their detection report with rotational temperature diagrams for all three sources. In this paper we present essential criteria that can be used in a straightforward analysis technique to confirm the identity of an interstellar asymmetric rotor such as glycine… Expand
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