Jessica Perrero

Jessica Perrero
Autonomous University of Barcelona | UAB · Department of Chemistry

Master of Chemistry
PhD in QUANTUMGRAIN team. Astrochemistry of the ISM

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Introduction
I'm currently studying the adsorption and reactivity of S-bearing species and iCOMs on pure water and mixed-water periodic models in the ISM

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Ethanol (CH3CH2OH) is a relatively common molecule, often found in star-forming regions. Recent studies suggest that it could be a parent molecule of several so-called interstellar complex organic molecules (iCOMs). However, the formation route of this species remains under debate. In the present work, we study the formation of ethanol through the...
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Ethanol (CH$_3$CH$_2$OH) is a relatively common molecule, often found in star forming regions. Recent studies suggest that it could be a parent molecule of several so-called interstellar complex organic molecules (iCOMs). Yet, the formation route of this species remains debated. In the present work, we study the formation of ethanol through the rea...
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There are different environments in the interstellar medium (ISM), depending on the density, temperature and chemical composition. Among them, molecular clouds, often referred to as the cradle of stars, are paradigmatic environments relative to the chemical diversity and complexity in space. Indeed, there, radio to far-infrared observations reveale...
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There are different environments in the interstellar medium (ISM), depending on the density, temperature and chemical composition. Among them, molecular clouds, often referred to as the cradle of stars, are paradigmatic environments relative to the chemical diversity and complexity in space. Indeed, there, radio to far-infrared observations reveale...
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Context. Planet formation starts around Sun-like protostars with ages ≤1 Myr, but the chemical compositions of the surrounding discs remains unknown. Aims. We aim to trace the radial and vertical spatial distribution of a key species of S-bearing chemistry, namely H 2 CS, in protoplanetary discs. We also aim to analyse the observed distributions in...
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Aims: To trace the radial and vertical spatial distribution of H2CS, a key species of the S-bearing chemistry, in protoplanetary disks. To analyse the observed distributions in light of the H2CS binding energy, in order to discuss the role of thermal desorption in enriching the gas disk component. Methods: In the context of the ALMA chemical survey...