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Dust Production in a Thin Dense Shell in Supernovae with Early Circumstellar Interactions
In supernovae (SNe), where the light curves show evidence of strong and early interaction between the ejecta and the circumstellar matter (CSM), the formation of new dust is estimated to take place in a dense shell of gas between the forward shock (FS) and the reverse shock (RS). For the first time, in this study the mechanism of dust formation in this dense shell is modeled. A set of nine cases, considering variations of the ejecta mass and the pre-explosion mass-loss rates, is considered,doi:10.3847/1538-4357/ac713d fatcat:dlykinrmbreljfynx36rzd5jtq