Light scattering by Organic materials in dust clouds when approaching the Sun: Laboratory simulations

Abstract : When solid particles approach the Sun, their properties may change with their temperature mainly if they include organics. These variations can be detected by different methods. One of them is the linear polarization of the solar light scattered by the particles. The polarization depends on the physical and optical properties of the particles such as their size, structure, albedo and on the phase angle.
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Edith Hadamcik, Jean-Baptiste Renard, Cyril Szopa, A. Bush, J. He, et al.. Light scattering by Organic materials in dust clouds when approaching the Sun: Laboratory simulations. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Oct 2011, Nantes, France. ⟨hal-00669759⟩

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