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Table 8

Comparison of molecular emission with shock models.

Model Shock Molecule Component vs (km s-1) n (cm-3) b ff

KN’96 C H2 “warm” 15 106.5 0.001–0.02
KN’96 C H2 “hot” 20 105.0−105.5 0.003–0.03
FPDF’10 C H2 “warm” 10 2 × 104.0 0.14–0.35
FPDF’10 C H2 “hot” 20 2 × 104.0 0.01–0.09
FPDF’10 J H2 “warm & hot” 20–30 2 × 104.0 0.32–0.90
KN’96 C CO “warm” 30–35 104.5 0.10–0.24
KN’96 C CO “hot” 20–40 105.0−106.5 0.001–0.03
FPDF’10a C CO “warm” 40 2 × 105.0 0.09–0.19
FPDF’10 J CO “warm & hot” 20 2 × 104.0 0.50–0.98
KN’96 C H2O “cold” 10–40 104.0 − 105.0 0.05–0.21
FPDF’10 C H2O “cold” 10–20 2 × 104.0 − 2 × 105.0 0.17–0.46
FPDF’10 J H2O “cold” 30 2 × 105.0 0.01–0.1

Notes.

(a)

Comparison limited to Jup = 20 due to available model predictions.

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