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This book focuses on the most recent, relevant, comprehensive and significant aspects in the well-established multidisciplinary field Laboratory Astrophysics. It focuses on astrophysical environments, which include asteroids, comets, the interstellar medium, and circumstellar and circumplanetary regions. Its scope lies between physics and chemistry, since it explores physical properties of the gas, ice, and dust present in those systems, as well as chemical reactions occurring in the gas phase, the bare dust surface, or in the ice bulk and its surface. Each chapter provides the necessary…mehr

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This book focuses on the most recent, relevant, comprehensive and significant aspects in the well-established multidisciplinary field Laboratory Astrophysics. It focuses on astrophysical environments, which include asteroids, comets, the interstellar medium, and circumstellar and circumplanetary regions. Its scope lies between physics and chemistry, since it explores physical properties of the gas, ice, and dust present in those systems, as well as chemical reactions occurring in the gas phase, the bare dust surface, or in the ice bulk and its surface. Each chapter provides the necessary mathematical background to understand the subject, followed by a case study of the corresponding system.
The book provides adequate material to help interpret the observations, or the computer models of astrophysical environments. It introduces and describes the use of spectroscopic tools for laboratory astrophysics. This book is mainly addressed to PhD graduates working in this field or observers and modelers searching for information on ice and dust processes.



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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 237
  • Erscheinungstermin: 11.10.2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783319900209
  • Artikelnr.: 54302895
Inhaltsangabe
INTRODUCTION

1. Dust and ice in the interstellar medium, Guillermo M. Muñoz Caro
2. Icy grains in the Solar System: cometary and asteroidal environments, Fernando Moreno

3. Introduction to Spectroscopy, Rafael Escribano

ICE PROPERTIES

4. Density of ices of astrophysical interest, Miguel Ángel Satorre, Ramón Luna, Carlos Millán, Manuel Domingo, and Carmina Santonja

5. Infrared optical constants and band strengths of ices, Belén Maté
6. Quantum-chemical description of solids: DFT approach, Oscar Gálvez

7. Monte Carlo simulations of porosity and accretion in ices, Stéphanie Cazaux, Jean Baptiste Bossa, Rafael Martin Doménech, Guillermo Muñoz Caro, Asper Chen, Harold Linnartz and Alexander Tielens

ICE PROCESSES

8. Infrared spectroscopy and programmed thermal desorption of ice mixtures, Rafael Martín-Doménech and Guillermo M. Muñoz Caro

9. Photon-induced desorptionprocesses in astrophysical ices, Guillermo M. Muñoz Caro and Rafael Martín-Doménech

10. Thermal reactivity in interstellar ice, Patrice Theulé, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, F. Borget, J.B. Bossa, J.A. Noble, N. Abou Mrad, V. Vinogradoff, F. Mispelaer, and T. Chiavassa

DUST GRAINS AND PLASMAS
11. Spectroscopy of interstellar carbonaceous dust, Víctor J. Herrero, Belén Maté, Germán Molpeceres, Miguel Jiménez-Redondo, Isabel Tanarro and Rafael Escribano

12. Light scattered by cosmic dust at visible wavelengths: The IAA Cosmic Dust Laboratory, Olga Muñoz, Fernando Moreno and Jesús Escobar-Cerezo

13. Spectroscopy of plasmas of astrophysical interest, Maite Cueto, José Luis Doménech, Víctor Herrero, Isabel Tanarro and José Cernicharo

ASTROPHYSICAL MODELS
14. Interstellar Chemical Models, Marcelino Agúndez