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Table 2

1.36 mm continuum properties from elliptical Gaussian fits and derived disk and envelope masses (within 15′′) from fluxes.

Source RA Dec υ lsr T bol a L bol a Size (PA)b F 1.36  mm c S850  μm (15″) M env M disk
(J2000) (J2000) [km s-1] [K] L [″] (°) [mJy] [mJy] [mJy bm-1] [M] [M]

TMC1A 04 39 35.20 +25 41 44.27 +6.6 118 2.7 0.45 × 0.25 (80) 164 450 780e 0.12 0.033
TMC1 04 41 12.70 +25 46 34.80 +5.2 101 0.9 0.8 × 0.3 (84) 22 300 380d 0.14 0.0039
TMR1 04 39 13.91 +25 53 20.57 +6.3 133 3.8 0.2 50 440 480e 0.10 0.011
L1536f 04 32 32.07 +22 57 26.25 +5.3 270 0.4 1.1 × 0.6 (69) 83 115 200g ... 0.021

Notes.

(a)

Values from Kristensen et al. (2012).

(b)

Gaussian fit is used for TMR1.

(c)

Integrated 1.3 mm flux from Motte & André (2001).

(d)

Peak flux of JCMT SCUBA maps from Di Francesco et al. (2008).

(e)

Peak flux from Jørgensen et al. (2009).

(f)

Position of L1536(W) is listed.

(g)

Peak flux from Young et al. (2003).

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