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Paper: Molecules as Tracers of Planetary Nebula Structure
Volume: 199, Asymmetrical Planetary Nebulae II: From Origins to Microstructures
Page: 277
Authors: Huggins, P. J.
Abstract: Molecular gas plays an important role in the structure of planetary nebulae: it is a major component of the equatorial tori of bipolar nebulae, it forms the cores of globules and related microstructures, and is the likely origin of multiple arcs. It is also a key component during the early stages of formation where interactions with outflows or jets provide an important shaping mechanism.
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