How Dense Molecular Gases Contribute to Star Formation in the Starburst Galaxy NGC 2146?- Alia Wofford

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Abstract Title- HOW DOES DENSE MOLECULAR GAS CONTRIBUTE TO  STAR FORMATION IN THE STARBURST GALAXY NGC 2146? NGC 2146 is believed to have been formed approximately 800 million years ago, when two galaxies collided with each other possibly leading to a burst of star formation. Molecular clouds serve as nurseries for star formation.  Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN) and Carbon monoxide (CO) are molecules fou...

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