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2012ApJ...760...58S - Astrophys. J., 760, 58 (2012/November-3)

Investigation of molecular cloud structure around infrared bubbles: CARMA observations of N14, N22, and N74.

SHERMAN R.A.

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We present CARMA observations in 3.3 mm continuum and several molecular lines of the surroundings of N14, N22, and N74, three infrared bubbles from the GLIMPSE catalog. We have discovered 28 compact continuum sources and confirmed their associations with the bubbles using velocity information from HCO+ and HCN. We have also mapped small-scale structures of N2H+ emission in the vicinity of the bubbles. By combining our data with survey data from GLIMPSE, MIPSGAL, BGPS, and MAGPIS, we establish about half of our continuum sources as star-forming cores. We also use survey data with the velocity information from our molecular line observations to describe the morphology of the bubbles and the nature of the fragmentation. We conclude from the properties of the continuum sources that N74 likely is at the near kinematic distance, which was previously unconfirmed. We also present tentative evidence of molecular clouds being more fragmented on bubble rims compared to dark clouds, suggesting that triggered star formation may occur, though our findings do not conform to a classic collect-and-collapse model.

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Journal keyword(s): H II regions - ISM: bubbles - ISM: kinematics and dynamics - stars: formation

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