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A&A
Volume 570, October 2014
Article Number A28
Number of page(s) 21
Section Extragalactic astronomy
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201424116
Published online 10 October 2014

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Table 5

Total beam averaged column densities (in cm-2) for CO, HCO+, HCN, and CS derived using single transitions for a range of temperature assuming LTE and optically thin emission for the CND components, as well as for the SB ring.

Table 6

Physical and chemical characteristics of the five selected sub-regions within the CND (see Fig. 6) as derived by a RADEX analysis of the CO emission only.

Table 7

The seven sets of RADEX models using all available transitions. Columns 2–5 are the adopted column densities, in units of cm-2 where a(b) stands for a × 10b.

Table 8

Physical and chemical characteristics of the five sub-regions within the CND as derived by a RADEX analysis of the all the available independent ratios, and using the lower limit of the gas density as derived by the CO RADEX fitting as a constraint.

Table 9

Physical and chemical characteristics of the five sub-regions within the CND as derived by a RADEX analysis of only the high resolution ALMA ratios, and using the lower limit of the gas density as derived by the CO RADEX fitting as a constraint.

Table 10

Grid of chemical models.

Table 11

Summary of the best fit chemical model(s) for the molecular ratios as derived from the RADEX analysis in Sect. 3.2.2.


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