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Fig. A.1

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Concentration relative to H nuclei of the most abundant species of the HCO chemistry for oxidation of the carbonaceous material in the solar nebula to CO by water vapour. Note that the temperature increases from the right to the left. a) The water chemistry and the chemistry of CO2 and H2CO. b)–f) The chemistry of hydrocarbons with 1–5 C atoms. g) The chemistry of hydrocarbons with 6 and 7 C atoms. h) The chemistry of hydrocarbons with 8–10 C atoms. i) The chemistry of hydrocarbons with 12 and 13 C atoms. k) The chemistry of hydrocarbons with 14 and 15 C atoms. The black lines correspond to the components of the solid carbonaceous material.

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