EDP Sciences
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A&A
Volume 582, October 2015
Article Number L1
Number of page(s) 43
Section Letters
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201526255
Published online 02 October 2015

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Appendix A: Online figures and tables

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Lines of trans ethyl methyl ether, t-CH3CH2OCH3, towards Orion KL detected with the ALMA interferometer in Position A (see text). (**): Features blended with SO (see Table A.1; artifacts in the spectrum due to the cleaning process). A vLSR of +7.5 km s-1 is assumed.

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Top panel: selected lines of trans ethyl methyl ether, t-CH3CH2OCH3, towards Orion KL detected with the IRAM 30 m telescope. Data in the frequency range 124151 GHz are those of the survey position. From 201 to 293.5 GHz the data are those of the CR (see Sect. 2), where the emission peak of organic saturated O-rich species such as dimethyl ether (CH3OCH3) and methyl formate (CH3OCOH) is located (Favre et al. 2011; Brouillet et al. 2013). A vLSR of +7.5 km s-1 is assumed. Bottom panel: selected lines of gauche-trans-n-Propanol, Gt-n-CH3CH2CH2OH, towards Orion KL detected with the IRAM 30 m telescope. A vLSR of +7.5 km s-1 is assumed.

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Lines of gauche-trans-n-propanol, Gt-n-CH3CH2CH2OH, towards Orion KL detected with the ALMA interferometer in Position B (see text). A vLSR of +8 km s-1 is assumed.

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Table A.1

Lines of trans-CH3CH2OCH3 in ALMA SV data.

Table A.2

Lines of trans-CH3CH2OCH3 in 30 m data.

Table A.3

Detected lines of gauche-trans-n-CH3CH2CH2OH.


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