Millimeter-wave Astronomy: Molecular Chemistry by W.F. WallMillimeter-wave Astronomy: Molecular Chemistry by W.F. Wall

Millimeter-wave Astronomy: Molecular Chemistry

byW.F. WallEditorAlberto Carramiñana, Luis Carrasco

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Proceedings of the 1996 INAOE Summer School of Millimeter-Wave Astronomy held at INAOE, Tonantzintla, Puebla, México, 15-31 July 1996
Title:Millimeter-wave Astronomy: Molecular ChemistryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:474 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.02 inPublished:November 22, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401059837

ISBN - 13:9789401059831

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Preface. I: Introduction. A Brief Overview of Millimeter-Wave Astronomy; W.F. Wall. II: Solar System. Millimeter-Wave Spectroscopy in the Solar System; F.P. Schloerb. III: Molecular Clouds and Star Formation in the Galaxy. Molecular Clouds and Massive Star Formation in the Galactic Disk; L. Bronfman. Probing Molecular Clouds - Their Density and Structure; P.F. Goldsmith. Interstellar Cloud Structure, Fragmentation, and Protostar Formation; W.D. Langer. Polarimetry and Magnetic Fields; R.H. Hildebrand. Masers; M. Elitzur. Energy Budget and the Virial Theorem in Interstellar Clouds; E. Vázquez-Semadeni. Turbulence in Molecular Clouds; E. Vázquez-Semadeni. Shocks and PDRs; M. Elitzur. Low Mass Star Formation; S. Zhou. New Protostellar Collapse Candidates: An HCO+ Survey of the Class 0 Sources; E.M. Gregersen, et al. 1.3mm Dust Continuum Observations of X-Ray Selected T Tauri Stars in Ophiuchus; D. Nuernberger, et al. The Excitation of Molecular Hydrogen in XDRs; R. Gredel, et al. High Density H2-HII Interfaces in Orion; A. Rodríguez-Franco, J. Martin Pintado. IV: Beyond the Galaxy. External Galaxies 1. CO Observations of Galaxies; J.M. Jackson. External Galaxies 2. Other Molecular Lines, Recombination Lines, and Continuum; J.M. Jackson. Cosmic Microwave Background; P. Mauskopf. Extragalactic and Galactic Submillimetric Emission; G. Lagache, et al. V: Chemistry and Molecular Structure. I. Molecules in Space and Molecular Spectroscopy; E. Herbst. Chemical Processes in Interstellar Space; E. Herbst. Models of Interstellar Chemistry; E. Herbst. Interstellar CH+ - An Outstanding Enigma; R. Gredel. On theCalculation of Rotational Constants of Interstellar Molecules; A. Palma, et al. VI: Instrumentation for mm/submm Astronomy. Some Radio Telescope Considerations in Millimeter and Submillimeter Radio Astronomy; P.F. Goldsmith. Millimeter Wave Heterodyne Receivers and Focal Plane Arrays; N.R. Erickson. Spectrometers for Radio Telescopes; E. Scalise. Millimeter Wave Bolometers; P. Mauskopf.