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A&A
Volume 577, May 2015
Article Number A127
Number of page(s) 25
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201425014
Published online 18 May 2015

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Appendix A: The detected lines toward the center of W49A

Table A.1

The detected species toward the central position of the SLS field.

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Identified lines toward the (from bottom to top) eastern tail, northern clump, southwest clump regions, and the center of W49A in the frequency range between 330 and 335 GHz and 335 and 340 GHz.

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Identified lines toward the (from bottom to top) eastern tail, northern clump, southwest clump regions, and the center of W49A in the frequency range between 340 and 345 GHz and 345 and 350 GHz.

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Identified lines toward the (from bottom to top) eastern tail, northern clump, southwest clump regions, and the center of W49A in the frequency range between 350 and 355 GHz and 355 and 360 GHz.

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Identified lines toward the (from bottom to top) eastern tail, northern clump, southwest clump regions, and the center of W49A in the frequency range between 360 and 364 GHz and 364 and 368 GHz.

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Identified lines toward the (from bottom to top) eastern tail, northern clump, southwest clump regions, and the center of of W49A in the frequency range between 369 GHz and 374 GHz.

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