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On the crystalline silicate component of comet dust

  • J. Mayo Greenberg (a1), Aigen Li (a1), Tetsuo Yamamoto (a2) and Takashi Kozasa (a3)

Abstract

The effects of preaggregation silicate crystallinity and postaggregation silicate crystallinity on the 11.3 μm structure in comet dust emission have been calculated. Of the order of 10 - 20% crystallinity provides the best agreement to date with observation but the fits are not yet fully satisfactory.

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On the crystalline silicate component of comet dust

  • J. Mayo Greenberg (a1), Aigen Li (a1), Tetsuo Yamamoto (a2) and Takashi Kozasa (a3)

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