2020A&A...638A..72L


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2020A&A...638A..72L - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 638A, 72-72 (2020/6-1)

Hyperfine excitation of SH+ by H.

LIQUE F., ZANCHET A., BULUT N., GOICOECHEA J.R. and RONCERO O.

Abstract (from CDS):


Context. SH+ is a surprisingly widespread molecular ion in diffuse interstellar clouds. There, it plays an important role by triggering the sulfur chemistry. In addition, SH+ emission lines have been detected at the UV-illuminated edges of dense molecular clouds, so-called photo-dissociation regions (PDRs), and toward high-mass protostars. An accurate determination of the SH+ abundance and of the physical conditions prevailing in these energetic environments relies on knowing the rate coefficients of inelastic collisions between SH+ molecules and hydrogen atoms, hydrogen molecules, and electrons.
Aims. We derive SH+-H fine and hyperfine-resolved rate coefficients from recent quantum calculations for the SH+-H collisions, including inelastic, exchange, and reactive processes.
Methods. The method we used is based on the infinite-order sudden approach.
Results. State-to-state rate coefficients between the first 31 fine levels and 61 hyperfine levels of SH+ were obtained for temperatures ranging from 10 to 1000K. Fine-structure resolved rate coefficients present a strong propensity rule in favor of Δj=ΔN transitions. The Δj=ΔF propensity rule is observed for the hyperfine transitions.
Conclusions. The new rate coefficients will help significantly in the interpretation of SH+ spectra from PDRs and UV-irradiated shocks where the abundance of hydrogen atoms with respect to hydrogen molecules can be significant.

Abstract Copyright: © F. Lique et al. 2020

Journal keyword(s): molecular data - molecular processes - radiative transfer - methods: laboratory: molecular

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