Hogerheijde, Michiel R. and van Dishoeck, Ewine F. and Blake, Geoffrey A. (1999) Observations of dust and molecules in the disks and envelopes of young stellar objects. In: Formation and evolution of solids in space. NATO Advanced Science Institutes Series, Series C, Mathematical and Physical Sciences (523). Kluwer Academic , Boston, MA, pp. 521-526. ISBN 0-7923-5474-5 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20121002-101130930
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Observations of dust and gas-phase molecules are compared as probes of the embedded phase of low-mass star formation. Results are presented of a detailed study of a sample of low-mass young stellar objects in Taurus with single-dish and interferometer millimeter observations. At least 67% of the objects have compact circumstellar disks, in addition to extended envelopes. HCO^+ is found to be an excellent tracer of envelope structure. Interferometer observations of its 1-0 line, and of ^(13)CO and C^(18)O, reveal the kinematics of the equatorial regions of the envelopes, and the interaction with the bipolar outflows.
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