volume 13, issue S332, P196-201 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317009917
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Maria Nikolayevna Drozdovskaya, Ewine F. van Dishoeck, Martin Rubin, Jes Kristian Jørgensen, Kathrin Altwegg

Abstract: The chemical evolution of a star-and planet-forming system begins in the prestellar phase and proceeds across the subsequent evolutionary phases. The chemical trail from cores to protoplanetary disks to planetary embryos can be studied by comparing distant young protostars and comets in our Solar System. One particularly chemically rich system that is thought to be analogous to our own is the low-mass IRAS 16293-2422. ALMA-PILS observations have made the study of chemistry on the disk scales (< 100 AU) of thi…

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