Top: temperature of the neutral gas (black) and abundances of CO (red) and H2O (blue) as function of depth into a shock for a shock velocity of 20 km s-1 and pre-shock densities of 3 × 106 (solid) and 1 × 104 cm-3 (dotted). Bottom: normalised cooling rates of CO and H2O for the same two sets of conditions. All data are taken from the models of Flower & Pineau des Forêts (2003).
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