S. Zeng, I. Jiménez-Serra, V. M. Rivilla, J. Martín-Pintado, L. F. Rodríguez-Almeida, B. Tercero, P. de Vicente, F. Rico-Villas, L. Colzi, S. Martín, and M. A. Requena-Torres
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Probing the Chemical Complexity of Amines in the ISM: Detection of Vinylamine (C<sub>2</sub>H<sub>3</sub>NH<sub>2</sub>) and Tentative Detection of Ethylamine (C<sub>2</sub>H<sub>5</sub>NH<sub>2</sub>)
Astrophys. J. Lett. 920 (2021), Art. No. L27.
Vinylamine (C2H3NH2) was detected through five un- or slightly blended transitions and four partially blended transitions with 4 ≤ J ≤ 9 and Ka ≤ 3 in the course of an unbiased molecular line survey of the quiescent giant molecular cloud G+0.693−0.027, about 1' north-east of Sagittarius B2(N), carried out with the IRAM 30 m dish at 3 mm. The lines were modeled quite well employing an LTE fit with Trot = 18 ± 3 K. Vinylamine is about a factor of 50 less abundant than methylamine.
Using additional observations with the Yebes 40 m dish at 7 mm, the authors identify tentatively four lines of ethylamine (C2H5NH2) with modest signal-to-noise ratio that appear to be not or only slightly blended and three that are somewhat more blended. The fit results suggest that ethylamine would be about a factor of 125 less abundant than methylamine. The identification appears to be very reasonable. Therefore, the molecule shows now up in the table as tentatively detected.

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