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Volume 593, September 2016
Article Number C4
Number of page(s) 1
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201425523e
Published online 27 September 2016

The paper “Dust variations in the diffuse interstellar medium: constraints on Milky Way dust from Planck-HFI observations” was published in A&A 577, A110 (2015). This corrigendum corrects Table 1 of the paper, which lists the elemental abundances and dust-to-gas mass ratios corresponding to the dust models presented in Sect. 2.1. The mistake in Table 1 was the inversion of the densities of aliphatic carbon (1.3 g cm-3) and aromatic carbon (1.6 g cm-3) in our calculations. For the dust models presented in Sect. 4.2, where we

considered three different volume fractions of FeS in Fe inclusions: 30%, 50%, or 100%, the correct abundances are 19.3 ppm of Fe and 2.8 ppm of S, 16.5 ppm of Fe and 4.6 ppm of S, and 9.5 ppm of Fe and 9.5 ppm of S, respectively.

Since the dust spectral energy distribution is proportional to (Md/MH) /ρ (the quantity we keep constant from one model to the other), the results and conclusions of the paper are not changed by this correction.

Table 1

Dust model abundances and dust-to-gas mass ratios.

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Table 1

Dust model abundances and dust-to-gas mass ratios.

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