Discovery of Fulminic Acid, HCNO, in Dark Clouds

@article{Marcelino2009DiscoveryOF,
  title={Discovery of Fulminic Acid, HCNO, in Dark Clouds},
  author={N. Marcelino and J. Cernicharo and B. Tercero and E. R. DAMIR-IEM-CSIC and Spain. and O. Paris-meudon and Luth and France.},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={690}
}
We report on the first detection in space of fulminic acid, HCNO. This isomer of HNCO has been observed in three starless cores, B1, L1544, and L183, and in the low-mass star-forming region L1527 with a measured abundance ratio of HNCO/HCNO between 40 and 70. However, HCNO was not detected toward the direction of the cyanopolyyne peak of TMC-1 or toward the Orion Hot Core region. The derived HNCO/HCNO abundance ratio in these cases is greater than 350 and 1000 in TMC-1 and Orion, respectively… Expand

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