Chemical Variation among Protostellar Cores: Dependence on Prestellar Core Conditions

@article{Aikawa2020ChemicalVA,
  title={Chemical Variation among Protostellar Cores: Dependence on Prestellar Core Conditions},
  author={Y. Aikawa and K. Furuya and S. Yamamoto and N. Sakai},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={897},
  pages={110}
}
  • Y. Aikawa, K. Furuya, +1 author N. Sakai
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • Hot corino chemistry and warm carbon chain chemistry (WCCC) are driven by gas-grain interactions in star-forming cores: radical-radical recombination reactions to form complex organic molecules (COMs) in the ice mantle, sublimation of CH$_4$ and COMs, and their subsequent gas-phase reactions. These chemical features are expected to depend on the composition of ice mantle which is set in the prestellar phase. We calculated the gas-grain chemical reaction network considering a layered ice-mantle… CONTINUE READING

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