molecular gas

molecular gas

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′gas]
(chemistry)
A gas composed of a single species, such as oxygen, chlorine, or neon.
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In their experiments, Park, Will, and Zwierlein observed that their molecular gas was indeed stable, with a relatively long lifetime, lasting about 2.
ISLAMABAD -- Astronomers have discovered what may be the first known example of a globular cluster about to be born - an incredibly massive and extremely dense yet star-free cloud of molecular gas.
com/prnh/20130307/600769 High barrier materials can block the penetration of small molecular gas (such as O2, CO2, N2, water vapor), aroma and other organic solvent vapor prominently.
Recent observations confirmed the existence of outflows carrying more molecular gas than the gas that forms new stars in ~10 nearby galaxies.
It is extraordinary that the molecular gas can survive being accelerated by jets of electrons moving at close to the speed of light.
The Sun and the other stars were all formed during the collapse of the same molecular gas and dust clouds that occurred about 4.
About 110 papers discuss such aspects as the evolution of giant molecular clouds in nearby galaxies, from large scale surveys of the galaxy to high resolution observations with ALMA, molecular gas properties and star formation in interacting galaxies, a study on the excitation mechanism of methyl formate in Orion KL using transitions in the vibrational excited states, and test observation of a new 100 GHz wave-band four-beam receiver system on the Nobeyama 45-meter telescope.
I will discuss radio observations of molecular gas in two populations of starforming galaxies at high redshift (selected based on their rest-frame ultraviolet and far-infrared emission) and what we can learn from them.
which contains giant molecular gas clouds very far from the galactic center.
Lasers in semiconductors, atomic gas, optical fibers and infrared and ultraviolet molecular gas are treated as well as non-linear frequency conversion, short-wavelength lasers and the seeming paradox of ultrafast lasers.
From our study, we now know that typical galaxies in the early universe contained three to 10 times more molecular gas than today, a strong indication that the rate of star formation has slowed because those galaxies have less raw material available compared to when they were younger, and not because there was some change in efficiency with which they make new stars," Cooper surmises.
My PhD research focussed on application of the finite element method of computational modelling to the governing equations of molecular gas dynamics, and in doing so predict macroscopic flow behaviour in terms of the underlying molecular kinetics.

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