New Insights on What, Where, and How Dust Forms in Evolved Stars

Cherchneff, I. and Sarangi, A.. (2017) New Insights on What, Where, and How Dust Forms in Evolved Stars. In: The B[e] Phenomenon: Forty Years of Studies 3rd International Conference on Studies of the B[e] Phenomenon, 508. p. 57.

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Sources of cosmic dust in our local and far universe include evolved low- and high-mass stars and core-collapse supernovae. These stellar environments, specifically the winds of stars and the material ejected by supernovae, are all characterized by high gas densities and temperatures typical of shocked regions. These conditions are necessary to the efficient formation of molecular clusters, and their growth through coalescence, coagulation and accretion to form dust grains. Recent observational data and theoretical models yield new insights of the processes that underpin dust formation. We review here the current knowledge on dust formation in stellar sources, including B[e] stars.
Faculties and Departments:05 Faculty of Science > Departement Physik > Former Organization Units Physics > Theoretische Physik Astrophysik (Thielemann)
UniBasel Contributors:Cherchneff-Parrinello, Isabelle
Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item, refereed
Conference or workshop item Subtype:Conference Paper
Publisher:Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Series Name:Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series
Note:Publication type according to Uni Basel Research Database: Conference paper
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