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On dielectric models of interstellar grains *

  • J. Mayo Greenberg (a1) and R. Stoeckly (a2)

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Silicate, ice, and silicate core-ice mantle particles are considered with a view to describing or predicting ultraviolet features in both extinction and polarization which depend on the dielectric nature of the particles.

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On dielectric models of interstellar grains *

  • J. Mayo Greenberg (a1) and R. Stoeckly (a2)

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