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Though it is generally assumed that massive molecular clouds are the progenitors of globular clusters, their detailed formation mechanism is still unclear. Standard scenarios based on the collapse of a smooth matter distribution suffer from strong requirements with respect to cluster formation time scale, binding energy and star formation efficiency. An alternative model assuming cluster formation due to the recollapse of a supernova-induced, fragmented shell can relax these difficulties. InarXiv:astro-ph/0007144v1 fatcat:7aeczqtykzfijcez2cyilrmabi