Chemistry in Protostellar regions: New implications for JWST MIRI/NIRSpec

Abstract : Observation of CO2 in exoplanet atmospheres is one of the major science themes for James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). CO2 cannot be observed in the gas phase through rotational transitions in the far-infrared or submillimeter range due to its lack of permanent dipole moment. It has to be observed through its vibrational transitions at near- and mid-infrared wavelengths. We will show how observation of protonated form of CO2 in a solar-type protostar help us to better understand the overall temperature structure, ionization structure, H2O and CO2 snow lines, and overall C/O ratio. Implications of our study to the chemistry of CO2 ices using JWST-MIRI and NIRSpec will be discussed as well.
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42nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly. Held 14-22 July 2018, in Pasadena, California, USA, Abstract id. E1.18-18-18, Jul 2018, pasadena, United States. 2018
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Liton Majumdar, Valentine Wakelam, P. Gratier, Emmanuel Caux, Karen Willacy, et al.. Chemistry in Protostellar regions: New implications for JWST MIRI/NIRSpec. 42nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly. Held 14-22 July 2018, in Pasadena, California, USA, Abstract id. E1.18-18-18, Jul 2018, pasadena, United States. 2018. 〈hal-01901848〉

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