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J/A+A/441/181       Interstellar 12C/13C ratios          (Casassus+, 2005)

Interstellar 12C/13C ratios through CH+λλ3957,4232 absorption in local clouds: incomplete mixing in the ISM. Casassus S., Stahl O., Wilson T.L. <Astron. Astrophys., 441, 181 (2005)> =2005A&A...441..181C (SIMBAD/NED BibCode)
ADC_Keywords: Molecular clouds Keywords: ISM: abundances - ISM: clouds - ISM: molecules - ISM: individual objects: Coalsack - ISM: individual objects: Lupus cloud - ISM: individual objects: zeta Oph cloud Abstract: The 12C/13C isotope ratio is a tracer of stellar yields and the efficiency of mixing in the ISM. 12CH+/13CH+ is not affected by interstellar chemistry, and is the most secure way of measuring 12C/13C in the diffuse ISM. R=12C/13C is 90 in the solar system. Previous measurements of 12CH 3957.7,4232.3 and 13CH 3958.2,4232.0 absorption toward nearby stars indicate some variations in 12C/13C, with values ranging from 40 to 90 suggesting inefficient mixing. Except for the cloud toward Oph, these R values are strongly affected by noise. With UVES on the VLT we have improved on the previous interstellar 12C/13C measurements. ************************************************************************** * * * Sorry, but the author(s) never supplied the tabular material * * announced in the paper * * * ************************************************************************** File Summary:
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(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 08-Nov-2005
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