By N. V. Voshchinnikov (auth.), Gorden Videen, Miroslav Kocifaj (eds.)
Optics of Cosmic Dust describes what we at the moment find out about cosmic airborne dirt and dust, how we all know it, and the learn efforts undertaken to supply that wisdom. parts handled contain observational info, dirt morphology and chemistry, light-scattering versions, characterisation methodologies, and backscatter polarisation and dynamics. appropriate as an introductory textual content, the ebook is usually a reference consultant for the complex researcher.
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If the second alternative is the case, then the isolation of interstellar silicate and interstellar organic grains requires the examination of even more primitive samples of interplanetary material - samples that have experienced much less thermal and aqueous processing than the most primitive meteorites. 2. INTERPLANETARY DUST PARTICLES Interplanetary dust particles (IDPs) , ranging from about 5 /-Lm to over 50 /-Lm in size, have been collected from the Earth's stratosphere by NASA aircraft since the mid-1970s .
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Rare, refractory interstellar grains have been isolated from primitive meteorites, usually by acid etching procedures that dissolve the silicates and other common materials in the meteorites (see review by ). These stardust grains include diamond, graphite, corundum, titanium carbide, and silicon carbide (see Table 1). The stardust grains occur in meteorites in trace concentrations, ranging from 30 ppb for corundum [55J up to rv 600 ppm for the nanodiamonds. Because of the small size of the nanodiamonds, isotopic analyis of individual particles is not yet possible.
Optics of Cosmic Dust by N. V. Voshchinnikov (auth.), Gorden Videen, Miroslav Kocifaj (eds.)