Resolved molecular line observations reveal an inherited molecular layer in the young disk around TMC1A

@article{Harsono2021ResolvedML,
  title={Resolved molecular line observations reveal an inherited molecular layer in the young disk around TMC1A},
  author={Daniel Harsono and Matthijs H. D. van der Wiel and P. Bjerkeli and Jon P Ramsey and Hannah Calcutt and Lars E. Kristensen and Jes K. J{\o}rgensen},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Physical processes that govern the star and planet formation sequence influence the chemical composition and evolution of protoplanetary disks. Recent studies allude to an early start to planet formation already during the formation of a disk. To understand the chemical composition of protoplanets, we need to constrain the composition and structure of the disks from whence they are formed. Aims. We aim to determine the molecular abundance structure of the young disk around the TMC1A… Expand

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