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Paper: Nobeyama 45 m Telescope Legacy Project: Line Survey of L1527
Volume: 476, New Trends in Radio Astronomy in the ALMA Era
Page: 355
Authors: Tokudome, T.; Sakai, N.; Sakai, T.; Takano, S.; Yamamoto, S.; NRO Line Survey Project Members
Abstract: A spectral line survey in the 3 mm band has been conducted toward the low-mass protostellar core, L1527, as one of the legacy projects of the Nobeyama 45 m telescope. L1527 is known as a prototypical warm carbon-chain chemistry source. The survey has covered the frequency range from 79 GHz to 116 GHz. Most of detected molecules are carbon-chain molecules. In particular, c-C3H2 is so abundant that its two 13C species as well as mono- and doubly- deuterated species have been detected. Moreover, cyclopropenone has been detected for the first time in nearby molecular clouds. These results demonstrate rich carbon chemistry in this source.
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