Spatial distributions and interstellar reaction processes.

@article{Neill2011SpatialDA,
  title={Spatial distributions and interstellar reaction processes.},
  author={Justin L. Neill and Amanda L Steber and Matt T. Muckle and Daniel P Zaleski and Valerio Lattanzi and Silvia Spezzano and Michael K. McCarthy and Anthony J Remijan and Douglas N Friedel and Susanna L Widicus Weaver and Brooks H Pate},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. A},
  year={2011},
  volume={115 24},
  pages={6472-80}
}
Methyl formate presents a challenge for the conventional chemical mechanisms assumed to guide interstellar organic chemistry. Previous studies of potential formation pathways for methyl formate in interstellar clouds ruled out gas-phase chemistry as a major production route, and more recent chemical kinetics models indicate that it may form efficiently from radical-radical chemistry on ice surfaces. Yet, recent chemical imaging studies of methyl formate and molecules potentially related to its… CONTINUE READING

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