Formation and Evolution of Minerals in Accretion Disks and Stellar Outflows

  • H.-P. GailEmail author
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 815)


The contribution discusses dust formation and dust processing in oxygen-rich stellar outflows under non-explosive conditions, and in circumstellar discs. The main topics are calculation of solid-gas chemical equilibria, the basic concepts for calculating dust growth under non-equilibrium conditions, dust processing by annealing and solid diffusion, a discussion of non-equilibrium dust formation in stellar winds, and in particular a discussion of the composition and evolution of the mineral mixture in protoplanetary accretion discs. An overview is given over the data on dust growth, annealing, and on solid diffusion for astrophysically relevant materials available so far from laboratory experiments.


Chemical Equilibrium Accretion Disk Stellar Wind Free Atom Protoplanetary Disc 
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This work has been performed as part of the projects of the special research programmes SFB 359“Reactive flows, diffusion and transport” and SFB 439 “Galaxies in the Young Universe” and the Forschergruppe 759 “The formation of planets. The critical first growth phase” which are supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).


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