An Unbiased ALMA Spectral Survey of the LkCa 15 and MWC 480 Protoplanetary Disks

@article{Loomis2020AnUA,
  title={An Unbiased ALMA Spectral Survey of the LkCa 15 and MWC 480 Protoplanetary Disks},
  author={Ryan A. Loomis and Karin I. {\"O}berg and Sean M. Andrews and Edwin A. Bergin and Jennifer B. Bergner and Geoffrey A. Blake and L. Ilsedore Cleeves and Ian Czekala and Jane Huang and Romane Le Gal and François M{\'e}nard and Jamila Pegues and Chunhua Qi and Catherine Walsh and Jonathan P. Williams and David J. Wilner},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
The volatile contents of protoplanetary disks both set the potential for planetary chemistry and provide valuable probes of defining disk system characteristics such as stellar mass, gas mass, ionization, and temperature structure. Current disk molecular inventories are fragmented, however, giving an incomplete picture: unbiased spectral line surveys are needed to assess the volatile content. We present here an overview of such a survey of the protoplanetary disks around the Herbig Ae star MWC… 
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