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Modeling deuterium chemistry of interstellar space with large chemical networks

  • T. Albertsson (a1), D. A. Semenov (a1), A. I. Vasyunin (a2), Th. Henning (a1) and E. Herbst (a2)...

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Observations of deuterated species are essential to probing the properties and thermal history of various astrophysical environments, and the ALMA observing facilities will reveal a multitude of new deuterated molecules. To analyze these new vast data we have constructed a new up-to-date network with the largest collection of deuterium chemistry reactions to date. We assess the reliability of the network and probe the role of physical parameters and initial abundances on the chemical evolution of deuterated species. Finally, we perform a sensitivity study to assess the uncertainties in the estimated abundances and D/H ratios.

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Roberts, H. & Millar, T. J. 2000, A&A 361, 388
Roberts, H. & Millar, T. J. 2000, A&A 364, 780
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Modeling deuterium chemistry of interstellar space with large chemical networks

  • T. Albertsson (a1), D. A. Semenov (a1), A. I. Vasyunin (a2), Th. Henning (a1) and E. Herbst (a2)...

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