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SO survey of massive cores

  • Igor Zinchenko (a1) and Christian Henkel (a2)

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We present the results of a survey of several tens of dense high mass star forming (HMSF) cores in three transitions of the SO molecule at 30 and 100 GHz with the 100-m Effelsberg and 20-m Onsala radio telescopes. The physical parameters of the cores are estimated from the line ratios and column densities. Relative abundances are derived as well.

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SO survey of massive cores

  • Igor Zinchenko (a1) and Christian Henkel (a2)

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