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Conferencia XI CNEQF Cartagena 2010.

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  • Three body reactions do not play a significant role in gas-phase interstellar chemistry
  • H- + H -> H + e (R~10^{-21} cm^{-3} s^{-1})
    Bergin et al. 2004: behind large scale flows, the timescale for H2 formation is ~10 Myr
  • If T = 100 -> k_bT~0.01 eV
  • If T = 100 -> k_bT~0.01 eV
  • ION - MOLECULE REACTION
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    Chondrules (mm size spherules)
    Matrix (`cement’ between chondrules: <10 m particles)
    Calcium-Aluminium-rich Inclusions (CAIs, cm size, rare)
  • Point out that we do not know how these molecules are formed. Still unexplored chemistry!
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