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Table 5

Molecules with increasing and decreasing abundances.

Case Increasing abundances Decreasing abundances Others
A CH3CHO, CH3COCH3, CH3NH2, CH3OCH3, H2CCO, HCOOCH3, OCS C4H, CCH, CH3, CH3O, CN, CO, CS, H3+, HCO, HCO+, HNO, NH, NH2, N2H+, NO, O2, OH C2H7+, CH3CCH, H5C2O2+, HCP, l-C3H, PCH3+, PO
B CH3CHO, CH3NH2, CH3OCH3, HCOOCH3, HCP, PO C2H7+, C4H, CCH, CH3, CH3O, CN, H3+, HCO, HCO+, N2H+, NH, NH2, NO, O2, OH CH3CCH, CH3COCH3, CO, CS, H2CCO, H5C2O2+, HNO, l-C3H, OCS, PCH3+

Notes. As the abundances vary from particle to particle, we consider that the abundance increases or decreases if it concerns more than two thirds of the particles (10 000). The molecules in the column “others” are the ones that cannot be classified. For example, they can present a spread distribution around the value of the initial abundance or they have similar initial and final abundances in the given case.

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