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Session 37 - New Light on Supernovae Remnants.
Oral session, Wednesday, June 11
North Main Hall F/G,
Infrared emission from dust can dominate the cooling rate of shocked gas, and elemental depletion has important effects on the intensity and spectral distribution of X-ray and UV emission. The shocks are vital to the dust population as well, as sputtering and grain-grain collisions in shocks dominate dust destruction in the ISM. While the infrared emission is observed directly, models are required to interpret UV and X-ray spectra in terms of the liberation of refractory elements from dust.
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