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Chemical Structure and Optical Properties of Titan's Tholins and HCN Polymer. Implications for the Analysis of Cassini-Huygens Observations and Refractory Organics in Cometary Grains

Abstract : Tholins and HCN polymers were studied by UV Raman spectroscopy and High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy. Both have very close chemical structure. HCN polymer could be easily identified in cometary grains by UV Raman spectroscopy.
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Eric Quirico, Jean-Michel Bernard, Gilles Montagnac, Jean-Noel Rouzaud, Cyril Szopa, et al.. Chemical Structure and Optical Properties of Titan's Tholins and HCN Polymer. Implications for the Analysis of Cassini-Huygens Observations and Refractory Organics in Cometary Grains. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 2006, Houston, United States. pp. 2. ⟨insu-00357152⟩

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