Deuteration and evolution in the massive star formation process - The role of surface chemistry

@article{Fontani2015DeuterationAE,
  title={Deuteration and evolution in the massive star formation process - The role of surface chemistry},
  author={F. Fontani and G. Busquet and A. Palau and P. Caselli and A. and Sanchez-Monge and J. Tan and M. Audard},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2015},
  volume={575},
  pages={1-34}
}
  • F. Fontani, G. Busquet, +5 authors M. Audard
  • Published 2015
  • Physics
  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • An ever growing number of observational and theoretical evidence suggests that the deuterated fraction (column density ratio between a species containing D and its hydrogenated counterpart, Dfrac) is an evolutionary indicator both in the low- and the high-mass star formation process. However, the role of surface chemistry in these studies has not been quantified from an observational point of view. In order to compare how the deuterated fractions of species formed only in the gas and partially… CONTINUE READING
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