The C60:C60+ ratio in diffuse and translucent interstellar clouds

@article{Rouille2021TheCR,
  title={The C60:C60+ ratio in diffuse and translucent interstellar clouds},
  author={Gael Rouill'e and Serge A. Krasnokutski and Yvain Carpentier Max Planck Institute for Astronomy and Friedrich-Schillor-Universitat Jena and University of Lille},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Insight into the conditions that drive the physics and chemistry in interstellar clouds is gained from determining the abundance and charge state of their components. Aims. We propose an evaluation of the C60:C+60 ratio in diffuse and translucent interstellar clouds that exploits electronic absorption bands so as not to rely on ambiguous IR emission measurements. Methods. The ratio is determined by analyzing archival spectra and literature data. Information on the cation population is… 

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