volume 13, issue S332, P242-248 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317007748
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Valeska Valdivia, Patrick Hennebelle, Benjamin Godard, Maryvonne Gerin, Pierre Lesaffre, Jacques Le Bourlot

Abstract: AbstractMolecular clouds are essentially made up of atomic and molecular hydrogen, which in spite of being the simplest molecule in the ISM plays a key role in the chemical evolution of molecular clouds. Since its formation time is very long, the H2 molecules can be transported by the turbulent motions within the cloud toward low density and warm regions, where its enhanced abundance can boost the abundances of molecules with high endothermicities.We present high resolution simulations where we include the evo…

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