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2015ApJ...809..162W - Astrophys. J., 809, 162 (2015/August-3)

Spectral line survey toward the young massive protostar NGC 2264 CMM3 in the 4 mm, 3 mm, and 0.8 mm bands.

WATANABE Y., SAKAI N., LOPEZ-SEPULCRE A., FURUYA R., SAKAI T., HIROTA T., LIU S.-Y., SU Y.-N. and YAMAMOTO S.

Abstract (from CDS):

Spectral line survey observations are conducted toward the high-mass protostar candidate NGC 2264 CMM3 in the 4, 3, and 0.8 mm bands with the Nobeyama 45 m telescope and the Atacama Submillimeter Telescope Experiment (ASTE) 10 m telescope. In total, 265 emission lines are detected in the 4 and 3 mm bands, and 74 emission lines in the 0.8 mm band. As a result, 36 molecular species and 30 isotopologues are identified. In addition to the fundamental molecular species, many emission lines of carbon-chain molecules such as HC5N, C4H, CCS, and C3 S are detected in the 4 and 3 mm bands. Deuterated molecular species are also detected with relatively strong intensities. On the other hand, emission lines of complex organic molecules such as HCOOCH3and CH3OCH3are found to be weak. For the molecules for which multiple transitions are detected, rotation temperatures are derived to be 7-33 K except for CH3OH. Emission lines with high upper-state energies (Eu> 150 K) are detected for CH3OH, indicating the existence of a hot core. In comparison with the chemical composition of the Orion KL, carbon-chain molecules and deuterated molecules are found to be abundant in NGC 2264 CMM3, while sulfur-bearing species and complex organic molecules are deficient. These characteristics indicate the chemical youth of NGC 2264 CMM3 in spite of its location at the center of the cluster forming core, NGC 2264 C.

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Journal keyword(s): astrochemistry - ISM: individual: NGC 2264 - ISM: molecules - stars: formation

Simbad objects: 18

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