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Astron. Astrophys. 342, 233-256 (1999)

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We gratefully acknowledge the contributions made by several colleagues at various stages during the evolution of this paper; in particular we thank Gene Capriotti for making some calculations to examine the importance of Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities, Mike Luhman for advice on estimating G o, John Dyson and Tom Hartquist for discussions about cloud stability and shocks, Tom Bania for use of his archival VLA data, Bill Langer for discussions on chemical modelling, Sylvain Bontemps for discussions about protostellar collapse, and Marc Pound for discussions on the mass derivations reported in his paper of BIMA observations of the Eagle Nebula. GW thanks the Director and staff of Stockholm Observatory, for the friendly and stimulating atmosphere and use of facilities where some of the analysis was carried out. The National Radio Astronomy Observatory is operated by Associated Universities Inc., under co-operative agreement with the National Science Foundation. The JCMT is managed by the Joint Astronomy Centre in Hilo, Hawaii on behalf of the Particle Physics & Astronomy Research Council (United Kingdom), the National Research Council (Canada), and the Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (The Netherlands).

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Online publication: December 22, 1998