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Diagnostics of the gas and dust emission have to be further developped and most quantitative parameters will be more accurately calibrated. Acknow ledgements The authors want to express their thanks to those who supported actively the implementation of the experiment, who contributed work, experience and hardwave to the experiments and to those who participated in the simulation experiments themselves and in the discussion of their outcome: J. Benkhoff, A. Bischoff, H. Boenhardt, H. Fechtig, W.

The structure of the aggregates indicates that they formed already during the freezing of the droplets and not during sublimation. Several improvements of future simulation experiments have been suggested. Sample composition and preparation techniques will be varied. The sample will be characterized quantitatively by mass, density, structure, thermal and optical properties. Diagnostics of the gas and dust emission have to be further developped and most quantitative parameters will be more accurately calibrated.

In particular, what is the situation now that the results of figure 10 seem to argue against glassy carbon, which seemed to help explain the matter (Huffman, 1977)? We now think this is due to a certain amount of tetrahedral (diamond-like) bonding in the imperfect graphite structure. Complete tetrahedral arrangement would result in single crystal diamond, but imperfect or slightly disordered graphite will surely have some of this type of bonding between carbon atoms. As a qualitative guide to the optical changes expected, we point out that diamond shows extremely rapid absorption rise above about 7 eV (1770 A).

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