DETECTION OF INTERSTELLAR HYDROGEN-SULFIDE IN COLD, DARK CLOUDS
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Interstellar H2S has been detected toward the cold, dark clouds L134N and TMC 1. Total column densities at the SO peak of L134N and the NH3 peak of TMC 1 are found to be about 2.6 X 10 to the 13th/sq cm and 7.0 X 10 to the 12th/sq cm, respectively. The results suggest that grain surface reactions may play a major role in the synthesis of H2S in cold, dark clouds.
MINH, YC; Irvine, William M.; and ZIURYS, LM, "DETECTION OF INTERSTELLAR HYDROGEN-SULFIDE IN COLD, DARK CLOUDS" (1989). ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL. 252.
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