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Dust formation in evolved stars and supernovae: new advances and unsolved problems

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 October 2016

Isabelle Cherchneff
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Dept. of Physics, Basel University, CH-4056 Basel, Swizerland email: isabelle.cherchneff@unibas.ch
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Abstract

This paper briefly reviews some advances and unsolved problems related to the formation of cosmic dust in the evolved environments of AGB stars and supernovae.

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