Free Access

Table 4

Summary of the nature and chemical contents.

1.3 mm cont. Chemical Associated
ID nature content with...

Sgr B2(N)

AN01 mixed rich SMA1; K2
AN02 dust rich SMA2
AN03 mixed rich SMA2
AN04 dust rich
AN05 dust rich
AN06 dust rich
AN07 dust rich ?
AN08 dust rich
AN09 dust ...
AN10 ionized rich K1
AN11 dust ...
AN12 dust rich ?
AN13 dust rich ?
AN14 dust ...
AN15 dust ...
AN16 mixed rich ? K4
AN17 dust rich
AN18 dust rich ?
AN19 dust ...
AN20 mixed ...

Sgr B2(M)

AM01 mixed rich ? SMA1; F3
AM02 mixed rich ? SMA2; F1
AM03 dust rich
AM04 mixed rich ? SMA6
AM05 dust rich ? SMA7
AM06 mixed rich SMA11; F10.30
AM07 dust rich ?
AM08 mixed rich ? SMA8
AM09 dust rich ? SMA9
AM10 dust rich ? SMA10
AM11 dust ...
AM12 mixed ... SMA12; F10.318
AM13 dust rich ? SMA10
AM14 dust rich ?
AM15 ionized ... B
AM16 ionized ... I
AM17 mixed ... A1
AM18 dust ...
AM19 dust ...
AM20 dust ...
AM21 mixed ... A1
AM22 dust ...
AM23 mixed ... A1
AM24 ionized ...
AM25 dust ...
AM26 dust ...
AM27 dust ...

Notes. A source is “ionized” if the ALMA continuum emission is consistent within a factor of 3 with ionized gas emission. A smaller contribution is listed as “mixed”. A source is chemically “rich” if lines contribute with more than 15% to the total luminosity, and the source has more than 20 lines per GHz. If only one of the two criteria is fulfilled it is listed as “rich ?”. See Sect. 4.3 for details. References for the association with other sources: Qin et al. (2011), Schmiedeke et al. (2016).

Current usage metrics show cumulative count of Article Views (full-text article views including HTML views, PDF and ePub downloads, according to the available data) and Abstracts Views on Vision4Press platform.

Data correspond to usage on the plateform after 2015. The current usage metrics is available 48-96 hours after online publication and is updated daily on week days.

Initial download of the metrics may take a while.