# ALMA chemical survey of disk-outflow sources in Taurus (ALMA-DOT)

@article{Podio2020ALMACS,
title={ALMA chemical survey of disk-outflow sources in Taurus (ALMA-DOT)},
author={Linda Podio and Antonio Garufi and Claudio Codella and Davide Fedele and Kazi L. J. Rygl and C{\'e}cile Favre and Francesca Bacciotti and Eleonora Bianchi and Cecilia Ceccarelli and Seyma Mercimek and Richard Teague and Leonardo Testi},
journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
year={2020}
}
• L. Podio, +9 authors L. Testi
• Published 2 November 2020
• Physics
• Astronomy & Astrophysics
Context.Planets form in protoplanetary disks and inherit their chemical composition. It is therefore crucial to understand the molecular content of protoplanetary disks in their gaseous and solid components.Aims.We aim to characterize the distribution and abundance of molecules in the protoplanetary disk of DG Tau and to compare them with its dust distribution.Methods.In the context of the ALMA chemical survey of Disk-Outflow sources in the Taurus star forming region (ALMA-DOT) we analyze ALMA…
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