Herschel observations of the hydroxyl radical (OH) in young stellar objects

@inproceedings{Wampfler2010HerschelOO,
  title={Herschel observations of the hydroxyl radical (OH) in young stellar objects},
  author={S. F. Wampfler and Greg J. Herczeg and Simon Bruderer and A. O. Benz and Ewine Fleur van Dishoeck and Lars Erik Kristensen and Ruud Visser and Steven D. Doty and Marty Melchior and Tim A. van Kempen and Umut A. Yildiz and Christos Dedes and Javier R. Goicoechea and Alain Baudry and G. Melnick and R. Bachiller and Milena Benedettini and E. A. Bergin and Per Bjerkeli and Goeffrey A. Blake and Sylvain Bontemps and John Braine and P. Caselli and Jos{\'e} Cernicharo and Claudio Codella and F. Daniel and Anna Maria Di Giorgio and Carsten Dominik and Pierre Encrenaz and Michael Fich and Asunci{\'o}n Fuente and Teresa Giannini and Th. de Graauw and F. Helmich and Fabrice Herpin and Thierry Jacq and Doug Johnstone and J. K. J orgensen and B. Larsson and Dariusz Lis and Ren{\'e} Liseau and Matthieu Marseille and Carolyn McCoey and D. Neufeld and Brunella Nisini and Michael Olberg and Berengere Parise and John C Pearson and Ren{\'e} Plume and Christophe Risacher and Juan Santiago-Garc{\'i}a and Paolo Saraceno and Russ Shipman and Mario Tafalla and F. van der Tak and Friedrich Wyrowski and Pieter R. Roelfsema and Willem Jellema and Pieter Dieleman and Emmanuel Caux and Juergen Stutzki},
  year={2010}
}
  • S. F. Wampfler, Greg J. Herczeg, +58 authors Juergen Stutzki
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • Water in Star-forming regions with Herschel (WISH) is a Herschel Key Program investigating the water chemistry in young stellar objects (YSOs) during protostellar evolution. Hydroxyl (OH) is one of the reactants in the chemical network most closely linked to the formation and destruction of H2O. High-temperature chemistry connects OH and H2O through the OH + H2 H2O + H reactions. Formation of H2O from OH is efficient in the high-temperature regime found in shocks and the innermost part of… CONTINUE READING

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