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Dust in the universe : the proceedings of a conference at the Department of Astronomy, University of Manchester, 14-18 December 1987, edited by M.E. Bailey and D.A. Williams

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Dust in the universe : the proceedings of a conference at the Department of Astronomy, University of Manchester, 14-18 December 1987
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Dust in the universe
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the proceedings of a conference at the Department of Astronomy, University of Manchester, 14-18 December 1987
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  • Cosmic dust
  • Astronomical spectroscopy
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  • The detection of solid methanol in W 33A
  • F. Baas, R.J.A. Grim, T.R. Geballe, and two others
  • Infrared spectroscopy of dust in the Taurus dark clouds: a case study
  • A.J. Adamson, D.C.B. Whittet, M.F. Bode, and five others
  • Spatial variations of the 3 um emission features within Orion's Bar
  • A. Moorhouse, T.R. Geballe, L.J. Allamandola, and two others
  • Observations and modelling of circumstellar dust
  • M.F. Bode
  • Circumstellar dust emission
  • C.J. Skinner and B. Whitmore
  • Visual and ultraviolet observations of interstellar dust
  • The dust content of nebulae
  • M.G. Hoare, W.M. Glencross, P.F. Roche and R.E.S. Clegg
  • Comets in star-forming regions
  • M.E. Bailey
  • The interstellar dust model of comets: post Halley
  • J.M. Greenberg
  • The relationship between interstellar dust and the isotopic anomalies in meteorites
  • D.D. Clayton
  • The near-nucleus dust region and source activity of Comet P/Halley observed by the Halley Multicolour Camera
  • H.U. Keller and N. Thomas
  • A.N. Witt
  • Video of Giotto's encounter with Comet P/Halley
  • N. Thomas, J.-R. Kramm and H.U. Keller
  • Solar system dust as a guide to interstellar matter
  • J.A.M. McDonnell
  • A model of the interplanetary dust emission
  • P. Temi, P.de Bernardis, S. Masi, and two others
  • The near-earth flux of microgram dust
  • D.I. Olsson-Steel
  • The spectral properties of collected interplanetary dust particles
  • S.A. Sandford
  • Interstellar circular polarization and the dielectric nature of grains
  • Intrinsic geometry of extraterrestrial particulate matter
  • B. Lang
  • G. Chlewicki and J.M. Greenberg
  • How anomalous is the interstellar extinction in NGC 3372, the Carina nebula
  • M. Tapia, M. Roth, H. Marraco and M.T. Ruiz
  • The observed properties of interstellar dust in the infrared
  • D.C.B. Whittet
  • Laboratory simulation of dust spectra
  • L.J. Allamadola and S.A. Sandford
  • A photochemical origin of the 217.5 nm interstellar extinction hump
  • M.S. de Groot, G.P. van der Zwet, P.M.M. Jenniskens, and three others
  • Formation of ions in interstellar grain mantles
  • R.J.A. Grim, J.M. Greenberg and W.A. Schutte
  • Formaldehyde formation in H2O/13CD4 frozen mixtures by swift ions
  • V. Pirronello, W.L. Brown, L.J. Lanzerotti, and two others
  • Temperature dependence of PAH molecule absorption bands
  • A. Blanco, A. Borghesi, S. Fonti, and thrree others
  • 3.4 and 10 um emission from Comet Halley dust -- further evidence for interstellar dust with silicate cores and organic refractory mantles
  • Volatile molecules in interstellar grain mantles: diffusion and infrared band strength
  • B. Schmitt, R.J.A. Grim and J.M. Greenberg
  • Non-equilibrium optical and infrared emission from interstellar dust
  • W.W. Duley
  • Grain destruction and growth
  • C.G. Seab
  • Dust and star formation in a hot differentiating medium
  • S.V.M. Clube
  • Cosmochemical constraints on the production of graphite grains
  • A.P. Whitworth
  • N.S. Zhao and J.M. Greenberg
  • Monte-Carlo histories of refractory interstellar dust
  • D.D. Clayton and K. Liffman
  • The dynamicall effects of circumstellar dust
  • H.W. Yorke
  • On the possiblity of dust grains in the accretion discs of close binary systems
  • R.N. Jenkins and A. Evans
  • The light echoes and dusty outflows of Eta Carinae
  • J. Meaburn, R.D. Wolstencroft, J.C. Raymond, and two others
  • Chemical effects of dust
  • D.A. Williams
  • Models of interstellar grains
  • The evolution of organic refractory mantles on interstellar grains
  • W.A. Schutte and J.M. Greenberg
  • Radical reactions on the surface of dust grains
  • P.D. Brown
  • W.W. Duley
  • The nature of very small grains: the PAH hypothesis
  • A. Léger and L.B. d'Hendecourt
  • Scattering and extinction by non-spherical particles
  • J. I. Hage and J.M. Greenberg
  • Variations in interstellar extinction
  • A.P. Jones, W.W. Duley and D.A. Williams
  • Dust in galaxies
  • R.D. Joseph
  • Extended far-infrared emission in the Leo Triplet of galaxies
  • P.N. Appleton and D.H. Hughes
  • Continuum observations of starburst and active galaxies
  • E.I. Robson
  • IRAS mapping of active galaxies
  • A.P. Marston
  • Dust in and towards the Galactic Centre
  • Submillimetre emission from dust
  • E. Krügel
  • Dust in early-type galaxies
  • N. Brosch
  • Observational data on the intergalactic dust
  • B. Wszolek, K. Rudnicki, P. de Bernardis and S. Masi
  • Dust grains in galactic haloes
  • F. Ferrini, B. Barsella and J.M. Greenberg
  • Summary and future prospects
  • J.S. Mathis
  • P.F. Roche
  • The ultraviolet radiation field within dense clouds: some consequences
  • S. Aiello, B. Barsella, C. Cecchi-Pestellini, and two others
  • Ultraviolet extinction towars the Carina nebula
  • S. Aiello, B. Barsella, G. Chlewicki, and three others
  • Observational constraints on interstellar dust
  • W.B. Somerville
  • The ultraviolet extinction peak and small carbon grains
  • R. Rabilizirov
  • Comments on the interstellar polarization law
  • D. Clarke
  • Dust and the mass of gas in the galaxy
  • Far-infrared and submillimetre array polarimetry
  • S.R. Platt, G. Novak, R.H. Hildebrand and D.P. Gonatas
  • Near-infrared spectroscopy of PAHs
  • M de Muizon, L.B. d'Hendecourt and T.R. Geballe
  • Ice and carbon monoxide dust grains in the Serpens molecular cloud
  • C. Eiroa and K.-W. Hodapp
  • A. Broadbent, I. MacLaren and A.W. Wolfendale
  • Far-infrared diffuse emission at hight galactic Iatitudes
  • P. de Bernardis, S. Masi, F. Melchiorri, and three others
  • Dust in the magellanic clouds, M 31 and M 33, and large-scale variations in the galaxy
  • J. Lequeux
  • Meteoroids from Comet Halley
  • M. Fulle, C.Barbieri and G.Cremonese
  • Global distribution of dust in the inner coma of Comet P/Halley observed by the Halley Multicolour Camera
  • N. Thomas and H.U. Keller
  • Size distribution of cometary grains deduced from meteor light curve analysis
  • R.L. Hawkes
  • Apollo asteroids as a major source of earth-crossing meteoroids and dust
  • D.I. Olsson-Steel
  • Efficient numerical routines to find the averaged motion in the field of Poynting-Robertson force
  • M.S. Staniucha and M. Banaszkiewicz
  • Studies of interplanetary dust in China
  • Gravitation -- the principal cause of Saturn's rings' radial structure
  • Yu. K. Gulak and I.A. Dichko
  • The presence of aromatic moieties in interplanetary dust particles
  • L.J. Allamandola and S.A. Sandford
  • Laboratory simulation of cosmic dust charging
  • J. Švestka and S. Pinter
  • Thermionic effect in circumeteller dust
  • M.J. Goldsmith and A. Evans
  • Optics of porous grains
  • A.P. Jones
  • Z.W. Hu
  • The chemical composition and evolution of interstellar ices
  • L.J. Allamandola, S.A. Sandford and G.J. Valero
  • Production of small carbon particles by matrix isolation?
  • W. Krätschmer
  • The first results of patrol polarimetric observations of UX Ori and WW Vul in deep Algol-type minima
  • G. Chernova, V.P. Grinin, N. Kiselev, and three others
  • Studies of deep-sea cosmic dust in China
  • H.C. Peng
  • EXAFS study of cosmic dusts at the Daresbury Synchrotron radiation source
  • G. Cressey, A. Evans, G.N. Greaves, and four others
  • Xenon anomalies in meteorites
  • G. Turner and I.C. Lyon
Control code
19024330
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xliii, 572 pages, 1 unnumbered page
Isbn
9780521355803
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rdamedia
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Other physical details
illustrations
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(WaOLN)1212371
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Dust in the universe : the proceedings of a conference at the Department of Astronomy, University of Manchester, 14-18 December 1987, edited by M.E. Bailey and D.A. Williams
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The detection of solid methanol in W 33A
  • F. Baas, R.J.A. Grim, T.R. Geballe, and two others
  • Infrared spectroscopy of dust in the Taurus dark clouds: a case study
  • A.J. Adamson, D.C.B. Whittet, M.F. Bode, and five others
  • Spatial variations of the 3 um emission features within Orion's Bar
  • A. Moorhouse, T.R. Geballe, L.J. Allamandola, and two others
  • Observations and modelling of circumstellar dust
  • M.F. Bode
  • Circumstellar dust emission
  • C.J. Skinner and B. Whitmore
  • Visual and ultraviolet observations of interstellar dust
  • The dust content of nebulae
  • M.G. Hoare, W.M. Glencross, P.F. Roche and R.E.S. Clegg
  • Comets in star-forming regions
  • M.E. Bailey
  • The interstellar dust model of comets: post Halley
  • J.M. Greenberg
  • The relationship between interstellar dust and the isotopic anomalies in meteorites
  • D.D. Clayton
  • The near-nucleus dust region and source activity of Comet P/Halley observed by the Halley Multicolour Camera
  • H.U. Keller and N. Thomas
  • A.N. Witt
  • Video of Giotto's encounter with Comet P/Halley
  • N. Thomas, J.-R. Kramm and H.U. Keller
  • Solar system dust as a guide to interstellar matter
  • J.A.M. McDonnell
  • A model of the interplanetary dust emission
  • P. Temi, P.de Bernardis, S. Masi, and two others
  • The near-earth flux of microgram dust
  • D.I. Olsson-Steel
  • The spectral properties of collected interplanetary dust particles
  • S.A. Sandford
  • Interstellar circular polarization and the dielectric nature of grains
  • Intrinsic geometry of extraterrestrial particulate matter
  • B. Lang
  • G. Chlewicki and J.M. Greenberg
  • How anomalous is the interstellar extinction in NGC 3372, the Carina nebula
  • M. Tapia, M. Roth, H. Marraco and M.T. Ruiz
  • The observed properties of interstellar dust in the infrared
  • D.C.B. Whittet
  • Laboratory simulation of dust spectra
  • L.J. Allamadola and S.A. Sandford
  • A photochemical origin of the 217.5 nm interstellar extinction hump
  • M.S. de Groot, G.P. van der Zwet, P.M.M. Jenniskens, and three others
  • Formation of ions in interstellar grain mantles
  • R.J.A. Grim, J.M. Greenberg and W.A. Schutte
  • Formaldehyde formation in H2O/13CD4 frozen mixtures by swift ions
  • V. Pirronello, W.L. Brown, L.J. Lanzerotti, and two others
  • Temperature dependence of PAH molecule absorption bands
  • A. Blanco, A. Borghesi, S. Fonti, and thrree others
  • 3.4 and 10 um emission from Comet Halley dust -- further evidence for interstellar dust with silicate cores and organic refractory mantles
  • Volatile molecules in interstellar grain mantles: diffusion and infrared band strength
  • B. Schmitt, R.J.A. Grim and J.M. Greenberg
  • Non-equilibrium optical and infrared emission from interstellar dust
  • W.W. Duley
  • Grain destruction and growth
  • C.G. Seab
  • Dust and star formation in a hot differentiating medium
  • S.V.M. Clube
  • Cosmochemical constraints on the production of graphite grains
  • A.P. Whitworth
  • N.S. Zhao and J.M. Greenberg
  • Monte-Carlo histories of refractory interstellar dust
  • D.D. Clayton and K. Liffman
  • The dynamicall effects of circumstellar dust
  • H.W. Yorke
  • On the possiblity of dust grains in the accretion discs of close binary systems
  • R.N. Jenkins and A. Evans
  • The light echoes and dusty outflows of Eta Carinae
  • J. Meaburn, R.D. Wolstencroft, J.C. Raymond, and two others
  • Chemical effects of dust
  • D.A. Williams
  • Models of interstellar grains
  • The evolution of organic refractory mantles on interstellar grains
  • W.A. Schutte and J.M. Greenberg
  • Radical reactions on the surface of dust grains
  • P.D. Brown
  • W.W. Duley
  • The nature of very small grains: the PAH hypothesis
  • A. Léger and L.B. d'Hendecourt
  • Scattering and extinction by non-spherical particles
  • J. I. Hage and J.M. Greenberg
  • Variations in interstellar extinction
  • A.P. Jones, W.W. Duley and D.A. Williams
  • Dust in galaxies
  • R.D. Joseph
  • Extended far-infrared emission in the Leo Triplet of galaxies
  • P.N. Appleton and D.H. Hughes
  • Continuum observations of starburst and active galaxies
  • E.I. Robson
  • IRAS mapping of active galaxies
  • A.P. Marston
  • Dust in and towards the Galactic Centre
  • Submillimetre emission from dust
  • E. Krügel
  • Dust in early-type galaxies
  • N. Brosch
  • Observational data on the intergalactic dust
  • B. Wszolek, K. Rudnicki, P. de Bernardis and S. Masi
  • Dust grains in galactic haloes
  • F. Ferrini, B. Barsella and J.M. Greenberg
  • Summary and future prospects
  • J.S. Mathis
  • P.F. Roche
  • The ultraviolet radiation field within dense clouds: some consequences
  • S. Aiello, B. Barsella, C. Cecchi-Pestellini, and two others
  • Ultraviolet extinction towars the Carina nebula
  • S. Aiello, B. Barsella, G. Chlewicki, and three others
  • Observational constraints on interstellar dust
  • W.B. Somerville
  • The ultraviolet extinction peak and small carbon grains
  • R. Rabilizirov
  • Comments on the interstellar polarization law
  • D. Clarke
  • Dust and the mass of gas in the galaxy
  • Far-infrared and submillimetre array polarimetry
  • S.R. Platt, G. Novak, R.H. Hildebrand and D.P. Gonatas
  • Near-infrared spectroscopy of PAHs
  • M de Muizon, L.B. d'Hendecourt and T.R. Geballe
  • Ice and carbon monoxide dust grains in the Serpens molecular cloud
  • C. Eiroa and K.-W. Hodapp
  • A. Broadbent, I. MacLaren and A.W. Wolfendale
  • Far-infrared diffuse emission at hight galactic Iatitudes
  • P. de Bernardis, S. Masi, F. Melchiorri, and three others
  • Dust in the magellanic clouds, M 31 and M 33, and large-scale variations in the galaxy
  • J. Lequeux
  • Meteoroids from Comet Halley
  • M. Fulle, C.Barbieri and G.Cremonese
  • Global distribution of dust in the inner coma of Comet P/Halley observed by the Halley Multicolour Camera
  • N. Thomas and H.U. Keller
  • Size distribution of cometary grains deduced from meteor light curve analysis
  • R.L. Hawkes
  • Apollo asteroids as a major source of earth-crossing meteoroids and dust
  • D.I. Olsson-Steel
  • Efficient numerical routines to find the averaged motion in the field of Poynting-Robertson force
  • M.S. Staniucha and M. Banaszkiewicz
  • Studies of interplanetary dust in China
  • Gravitation -- the principal cause of Saturn's rings' radial structure
  • Yu. K. Gulak and I.A. Dichko
  • The presence of aromatic moieties in interplanetary dust particles
  • L.J. Allamandola and S.A. Sandford
  • Laboratory simulation of cosmic dust charging
  • J. Švestka and S. Pinter
  • Thermionic effect in circumeteller dust
  • M.J. Goldsmith and A. Evans
  • Optics of porous grains
  • A.P. Jones
  • Z.W. Hu
  • The chemical composition and evolution of interstellar ices
  • L.J. Allamandola, S.A. Sandford and G.J. Valero
  • Production of small carbon particles by matrix isolation?
  • W. Krätschmer
  • The first results of patrol polarimetric observations of UX Ori and WW Vul in deep Algol-type minima
  • G. Chernova, V.P. Grinin, N. Kiselev, and three others
  • Studies of deep-sea cosmic dust in China
  • H.C. Peng
  • EXAFS study of cosmic dusts at the Daresbury Synchrotron radiation source
  • G. Cressey, A. Evans, G.N. Greaves, and four others
  • Xenon anomalies in meteorites
  • G. Turner and I.C. Lyon
Control code
19024330
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xliii, 572 pages, 1 unnumbered page
Isbn
9780521355803
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)1212371

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