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Atomic Scattering Polarization. Observations, Modeling, Predictions

  • J. Trujillo Bueno (a1) (a2), T. Del Pino Alemán (a1) and L. Belluzzi (a3) (a4)
Abstract

This paper highlights very recent advances concerning the identification of new mechanisms that introduce polarization in spectral lines, which turn out to be key for understanding some of the most enigmatic scattering polarization signals of the solar visible spectrum. We also show a radiative transfer prediction on the scattering polarization pattern across the Mg ii h & k lines, whose radiation can only be observed from space.

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