Atomic and molecular gas from the epoch of reionization down to redshift 2

@article{Maio2021AtomicAM,
  title={Atomic and molecular gas from the epoch of reionization down to redshift 2},
  author={Umberto De Maio and C{\'e}line P{\'e}roux and Benedetta Ciardi},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Cosmic gas makes up about 90% of the baryonic matter in the Universe and H2 molecule is the most tightly linked to star formation. Aims. In this work we study cold neutral gas, its H2 component at different epochs, and corresponding depletion times. Methods. We perform state-of-the-art hydrodynamic simulations that include time-dependent atomic and molecular non-equilibrium chemistry coupled to star formation, feedback effects, different UV backgrounds presented in the recent… 

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