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A&A
Volume 528, April 2011
Article Number C2
Number of page(s) 1
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201015475e
Published online 16 March 2011

An error occurred during the production process in Figs. 7, 8, and 9, leading to a corrupted linestyle for the curves corresponding to x(CO) =10-5. The corrected figures are published below.

thumbnail Fig. 7

Time evolution of the chemistry for T = 12 K. The different colors stand for different densities: n = 104 (blue), 105 (green), 106 cm-3 (red). The thick lines represent the o/p H2 ratio. The thin lines represent the p-D2H+/o-H2D+ ratio. The different line styles stand for different CO abundances: complete depletion (full), xCO = 10-6 (dash), xCO = 10-5 (dash-dot).

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thumbnail Fig. 8

Steady-state ortho-to-para ratio of H2.

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thumbnail Fig. 9

Chemical model predictions of the p-D2H+/o-H2D+ ratio (same convention as previous figures), at steady state. The thick decreasing lines show the ratio derived from the non-LTE analysis of the observations, in the assumption of different densities and different o/p-H2 ratios (same curves as presented in Fig. 6 but with the same linestyle for both o-p H2 ratios).

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thumbnail Fig. 7

Time evolution of the chemistry for T = 12 K. The different colors stand for different densities: n = 104 (blue), 105 (green), 106 cm-3 (red). The thick lines represent the o/p H2 ratio. The thin lines represent the p-D2H+/o-H2D+ ratio. The different line styles stand for different CO abundances: complete depletion (full), xCO = 10-6 (dash), xCO = 10-5 (dash-dot).

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In the text
thumbnail Fig. 8

Steady-state ortho-to-para ratio of H2.

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In the text
thumbnail Fig. 9

Chemical model predictions of the p-D2H+/o-H2D+ ratio (same convention as previous figures), at steady state. The thick decreasing lines show the ratio derived from the non-LTE analysis of the observations, in the assumption of different densities and different o/p-H2 ratios (same curves as presented in Fig. 6 but with the same linestyle for both o-p H2 ratios).

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In the text

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