Detection of HC[TINF]11[/TINF]N in the Cold Dust Cloud TMC-1

@article{MBBell1997DetectionOH,
  title={Detection of HC[TINF]11[/TINF]N in the Cold Dust Cloud TMC-1},
  author={M.B.Bell and P. Feldman and M. Travers and M. McCarthy and C. Gottlieb and P. Thaddeus},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={1997},
  volume={483}
}
Two consecutive rotational transitions of the long cyanopolyyne HC11N, J=39-38, and J=38-37, have been detected in the cold dust cloud TMC-1 at the frequencies expected from recent laboratory measurements by Travers et al. (1996), and at about the expected intensities. The astronomical lines have a mean radial velocity of 5.8(1) km/s, in good agreement with the shorter cyanopolyynes HC7N and HC9N observed in this very sharp-lined source [5.82(5) and 5.83(5) km/s, respectively]. The column… Expand

Tables from this paper

Non-detection of HC11N towards TMC-1: constraining the chemistry of large carbon-chain molecules
Far-infrared Detection of C3 in Sagittarius B2 and IRC +10216.
Probing non polar interstellar molecules through their protonated form: Detection of protonated cyanogen (NCCNH+).
A New Reference Chemical Composition for TMC-1
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 19 REFERENCES
Detection of HC11N in the cold dust cloud TMC-1.
Detection of HC11N in IRC + 10°216
Laboratory Detection of the Linear Cyanopolyyne HC11N
A survey of carbon monoxide emission in dark clouds. [cosmic dust
A spectral line survey of IRC +10216 at millimeter and submillimeter wavelengths
...
1
2
...