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These proceedings summarize our present knowledge on astronomical molecules, highlight major problems to be addressed, and finally propose future work. Their theoretical understanding involves physics, numerical simulations and chemistry.

Produktbeschreibung
These proceedings summarize our present knowledge on astronomical molecules, highlight major problems to be addressed, and finally propose future work. Their theoretical understanding involves physics, numerical simulations and chemistry.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer Netherlands
  • Erscheinungstermin: Dezember 2004
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 250mm x 165mm x 22mm
  • Gewicht: 718g
  • ISBN-13: 9781402030383
  • ISBN-10: 140203038X
  • Artikelnr.: 22108162
Autorenporträt
Yoshiaki Hagiwara, ASTRON, Dwingeloo, The Netherlands / Willem A. Baan, ASTRON, Dwingeloo, The Netherlands / Huib J. van Langevelde, JIVE, Dwingeloo, The Netherlands
Inhaltsangabe
Part I: Young Stellar Objects (YSO) Evolution. 1. Outflow, Infall and Rotation in High-mass star forming regions (review); R. Cesaroni. 2. Cycles, orbits or evolution in outer galactic star-forming region S128; A. Richards. 3. Observing Magnetic Fields in Star-Forming Regions (review); R. Cohen. 4. Evidence for co-propagation of 4765- and 1720-MHz OH masers in two star-forming region; A. Niezurawska. 5. Magnetic fields in star-forming regions: theoretical aspects (review); D. Galli. 6. VLBI water maser proper motion measurements in star-forming regions (review); J. Torrelles. 7. High resolution observations in B1-IRS: ammonia, CCS and water maser; I. de Gregorio-Monsalvo. 8. The Kinematics, Physical Condition, and Magnetic Field of the W3 IRS5 Region; H. Imai.- 9. EVN observations of water masers towards the high-mass young stellar object in AFGL 5142; C. Goddi.- Part II: AGN/Starburst Evolution. 10. Mechanisms of fueling Starbursts and AGNs (review); J. Knapen. 11. Feeding monsters - A study about active galaxies; M. Krips. 12. The QSO Hosts I Zw 1 and 3C 48; J. Scharwaechter. 13. H2O Megamasers (review); C. Henkel. 14. Confirming obscuring medium around active nuclei using masers: the case of 3C403; A. Tarchi. 15. Extragalactic low-luminosity water masers; Y. Hagiwara. Part III: Statistical approach. 16. Monitoring water masers in star-forming regions; J. Brand. 17. Molecular gas properties and chemistry in starbursts and AGNs (review); S. Aalto. 18. NGC 5218 - An AGN-driven LINER Galaxy? E. Olsson. 19. Active Galactic Nuclei & Starbursts (review); A. Pedlar. 20. Condition of Dense Molecular Gas in Galaxy Nuclei; F. Israel. Part IV: Diagnostics of YSO. 21. Chemical Evolution of Protostars (review); M. Hogerheijde. 22. Unified models of environment of massive young stellar objects based on data for both maser and 'quasi-thermal' lines; A. Sobolev. 23. Long-term monitoring of 6.7 and 12.2 GHzmethanol masers; S. Goedhart and M. Gaylard. 24. Evolution around protostars - Ultra-compact H II regions (review); M. Hoare. 25. 6.7 GHz and 25 GHz methanol masers in OMC-1; M. Voronkov.- 26. The methanol maser emission in W51; C. Phillips. 27. A circumstellar disc in a high-mass star forming region; M. Pestalozzi. Part V: The story of AGN/Starbursts. 28. Diagnostics of dense gas around proto-stars and in active galactic nuclei (review); M. Spaans. 29. The excitation and distribution of OH and H2CO on VLBI scales in CenA; H.J. van Langevelde. 30. High-Resolution ATCA Molecular Line Observations of the Nucleus of NGC 4945; M. Hunt-Cunningham. 31. Megamasers: Molecular diagnostics of the nuclear ISM (review); W. Baan. 32. Extragalactic Hydroxyl; H. Klöckner. 33. The sub-parsec scale accretion disk of NGC 4258; E.M.L. Humphreys. 34. OH Maser Disks and Outflows in ULIRGs Galaxies Y. Pihlström. 35. MERLIN and EVN observations of the megamaser galaxy Zw049.057; A. Polatidis. 36. Molecular gas in UGC1347 and in other Abell 262 Galaxies; T. Bertram. 37. Maser Excitation and Variability (review); M. Gray. 38. Effects of Clumping in Masers; J. Conway. 39. A thin ring model for the OH megamaser in IIIZw35; R. Parra.