LEGO-II. A 3 mm molecular line study covering 100 pc of one of the most actively star-forming portions within the Milky Way disc

A. T. Barnes, J. Kauffmann, F. Bigiel, N. Brinkmann, D. Colombo, A. E. Guzman, W. J. Kim, L. Szucs, V. Wakelam, S. Aalto, T. Albertsson, N. J. Evans, S. C.O. Glover, P. F. Goldsmith, C. Kramer, K. Menten, Y. Nishimura, S. Viti, Y. Watanabe, A. WeissM. Wienen, H. Wiesemeyer, F. Wyrowski

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