Proc. IAU volume 13, issue S332, P293-304 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317009929 View full text
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H. M. Cuppen, A. Fredon, T. Lamberts, E. M. Penteado, M. Simons, C. Walsh

Abstract: AbstractMolecules in space are synthesized via a large variety of gas-phase reactions, and reactions on dust-grain surfaces, where the surface acts as a catalyst. Especially, saturated, hydrogen-rich molecules are formed through surface chemistry. Astrochemical models have developed over the decades to understand the molecular processes in the interstellar medium, taking into account grain surface chemistry. However, essential input information for gas-grain models, such as binding energies of molecules to the…

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