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Paper: The Influences of Disk Winds on Chemical Evolution of Plotoplanetary Disks
Volume: 476, New Trends in Radio Astronomy in the ALMA Era
Page: 393
Authors: Ishimoto, D.; Nomura, H.; Heinzeller, D.; Walsh, C.; Millar, T. J.; Saigo, K.
Abstract: In this study, we calculate the chemical evolution of plotoplanetary disks considering disk winds driven by MRI turbulence and investigate the influences of disk winds on chemical structure of disks. As a result of our calculations, abundances of some molecules increase at the boundary between intermediate and upper layers. It is because molecular hydrogen is transferred into hot layer where molecules such as OH, H2O, and then HCN are produced via gas-phase reactions with H2 which have potential barrier. We also calculate molecular line emission and line profile, and discuss which lines are affected by disk winds.
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