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A&A
Volume 567, July 2014
Article Number A95
Number of page(s) 14
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201323010
Published online 18 July 2014

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Appendix A: Figures of hot core

Figures A.1A.8 show hot core models in Phase II. The points indicate the observational results of SO, SO2, CS, OCS, H2CS, and H2S.

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Sulphur-bearing species column densities as a time function in a hot core model (gas phase) with a star mass of 5 M, a solar sulphur abundance, 1 S, and gas density of 107 cm-3 (Model 18).

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Sulphur-bearing species column densities as a time function in a hot core model (gas phase) with a star mass of 10 M, 1 S, and density of 107 cm-3 (Model 17).

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Sulphur-bearing species column densities as a time function in a hot core model (gas phase) with a star mass of 10 M, 0.01 S, and density of 107 cm-3 (Model 11).

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Sulphur-bearing species column densities as a time function in a hot core model (gas phase) with a star mass of 15 M, 0.01 S, and density of 107 cm-3 (Model 10).

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Sulphur-bearing species column densities as a time function in a hot core model (gas phase) with a star mass of 10 M, 0.01 S, and a density of 108 cm-3 (Model 11b).

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Sulphur-bearing species column densities as a time function in a hot core model (gas phase) with a star mass of 15 M, 0.01 S, and a gas density of 108 cm-3 (Model 10b).

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Sulphur-bearing species column densities as a time function in a hot core model (gas phase) with a star mass of 10 M, 0.1 S, fr = 0.3, and 107 cm-3 of density (Model 2).

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Sulphur-bearing species column densities as a time function in a hot core model (gas phase) with a star mass of 15 M, 0.1 S, fr = 0.85, and a density of 107 cm-3 (Model 4).

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Appendix B: Figures of plateau

Figures B.1B.4 show plateau models in Phase II. The points indicate the observational results of SO, SO2, CS, OCS, and H2CS.

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Sulphur-species column densities as a time function in the gas phase for a plateau model with a final gas density of 5 × 106 cm-3, an initial sulphur abundance of 0.1 S, and K (Model 8).

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Sulphur-species column densities as a time function in the gas phase for a plateau model with a final gas density of 5 × 105 cm-3, an initial sulphur abundance of 0.1 S, and K (Model 2).

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Sulphur-species column densities as a time function in the gas phase for a plateau model with a final hydrogen density of 5 × 105 cm-3, an initial sulphur abundance of 0.1 S, and K (Model 6).

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Sulphur-species column densities as a time function in the gas phase for a plateau model with a density of 5 × 106 cm-3, an initial sulphur abundance of 0.01 S, and K (Model 3).

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