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2017ApJS..229...38C - Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 229, 38-38 (2017/April-0)

Dynamical timescale of pre-collapse evolution inferred from chemical distribution in the Taurus Molecular Cloud-1 (TMC-1) filament.

CHOI Y., LEE J.-E., BOURKE T.L. and EVANS II N.J.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present observations and analyses of the low-mass star-forming region, Taurus Molecular Cloud-1 (TMC-1). CS (J = 2-1)/N2H+ (J = 1-0) and C17O (J = 2-1)/C18O (J = 2-1) were observed with the Five College Radio Astronomy Observatory and the Seoul Radio Astronomy Observatory, respectively. In addition, Spitzer infrared data and 1.2 mm continuum data observed with Max-Planck Millimetre Bolometer are used. We also perform chemical modeling to investigate the relative molecular distributions of the TMC-1 filament. Based on Spitzer observations, there is no young stellar object along the TMC-1 filament, while five Class II and one Class I young stellar objects are identified outside the filament. The comparison between column densities calculated from dust continuum and C17O 2-1 line emission shows that CO is depleted much more significantly in the ammonia peak than in the cyanopolyyne peak, while the column densities calculated from the dust continuum are similar at the two peaks. N2H+ is not depleted much in either peak. According to our chemical calculation, the differential chemical distribution in the two peaks can be explained by different timescales required to reach the same density, i.e., by different dynamical processes.

Abstract Copyright: © 2017. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

Journal keyword(s): astrochemistry - ISM: abundances - ISM: individual objects: TMC-1 - ISM: molecules - ISM: molecules

CDS comments: Paragr. 3.1: HD 29747 is a probable misprint for HD 29647.

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