Nebular dead zone effects on the D/H ratio in chondrites and comets

@article{AliDib2015NebularDZ,
  title={Nebular dead zone effects on the D/H ratio in chondrites and comets},
  author={Mohamad Ali-Dib and Rebecca G. Martin and J. M. Petit and Olivier Mousis and Pierre Vernazza and Jonathan I. Lunine},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2015}
}
Comets and chondrites show non-monotonic behaviour of their Deuterium to Hydrogen (D/H) ratio as a function of their formation location from the Sun. This is difficult to explain with a classical protoplanetary disk model that has a decreasing temperature structure with radius from the Sun. We want to understand if a protoplanetary disc with a dead zone, a region of zero or low turbulence, can explain the measured D/H values in comets and chondrites. We use time snapshots of a vertically… 

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