B335: A Laboratory for Astrochemistry in a Collapsing Cloud

@article{Evans2005B335AL,
  title={B335: A Laboratory for Astrochemistry in a Collapsing Cloud},
  author={N. Evans and J. Lee and J. Rawlings and M. Choi},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={626},
  pages={919-932}
}
  • N. Evans, J. Lee, +1 author M. Choi
  • Published 2005
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • We present observations of 25 transitions of 17 isotopologues of nine molecules toward B335. With a goal of constraining chemical models of collapsing clouds, we compare our observations, along with data from the literature, to models of chemical abundances. The observed lines are simulated with a Monte Carlo code, which uses various physical models of density and velocity as a function of radius. The dust temperature as a function of radius is calculated self-consistently by a radiative… CONTINUE READING
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