Source continuum characteristics.
|Continuum peak||Right ascension||Declination||Size (′′)a||Sν (Jy)b||Tkin (K)c||N(H2) (cm-2)d||Mass (M⊙)e|
|G35.20 A||18:58:12.948||+01:40:37.419||0.58||0.65||285||2.4 × 1025||13.0|
|G35.20 B1||18:58:13.030||+01:40:35.886||0.61||0.19||160||6.4 × 1024||3.8|
|G35.20 B2||18:58:13.013||+01:40:36.649||0.65||0.12||120||3.3 × 1024||2.2|
|G35.20 B3||18:58:13.057||+01:40:35.442||0.58||0.08||300||2.5 × 1024||1.4|
|G35.03 A||18:54:00.645||+02:01:19.235||0.49||0.21||275||1.1 × 1025||4.4|
Average kinetic temperature based on CH3CN line ratios as calculated using RADEX. For details, see Sect. 3.3.
Calculated from source size, continuum flux density, and kinetic temperature (Sect. 3.3).
Sources mass calculated as in Sánchez-Monge et al. (2014) using the average kinetic temperatures.
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