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2015-08-11

AUTHORS

O. V. Kochina, D. S. Wiebe

ABSTRACT

The extent to which the physical conditions (variations of the distributions of temperature and density) in protostellar objects affect the chemical evolution in the process of star formation is studied. A set of models with various complexity describing the chemical evolution of protostellar objects is calculated. Results are compared for objects with different physical parameters. The potential of chemical modeling for determining the evolution of the physical parameters and the current state of a protostellar object is evaluated. More... »

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762-771

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