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Carraro et al. High-resolution electron energy loss spectra were obtained using an LK Technologies model ELS3000 spectrometer. In this technique, an energetic electron beam impinges on a surface and electrons scattered into a given detection angle (in the specular direction, unless otherwise noted) are energy analyzed. For spectra acquisition in the IR region, the primary electron beam energy is 6 eV, at an incident angle of 60° toward the surface normal, with resolution set at 3 meV. For the ultraviolet-visible region, the beam energy is varied between 18 and 50 eV and the instrumental energy resolution is set to 28 meV.
1987). 2 Rotation and Electric Dipole Emisivity from Fulleranes The rotational damping and excitation mechanisms affecting fulleranes and hydrogenated buckyonions in the ISM can be studied using the formalism developed by (Draine et al. 1998). In thermal equilibrium, fulleranes share the same temperature as the gas and estimation of the rms rotation frequency is straightforward. When the temperature of fulleranes and gas are different, some processes will produce rotational damping and others will lead to rotational excitation.
The experimental data are best reproduced (solid line) for a combination (with equal weight) of the previous curve and the emissivity curve of singly protonated fullerenes in WIM conditions, again scaled to match the measurement at 22 GHz. This scale factor is close to 3 and results from a possible underestimation of the dipole moments and/or number density of fulleranes in the region. The dashed line illustrates the same combination between CNM and WIM but modifying the hydrogenation range of the molecules in CNM, which are now assumed to be uniformly distributed among s = 1/10, 1/20 and 1/30.