Sulfuric acid vapour derivations from negative ion composition data between 25 and 34 km
Earth and related Environmental sciences
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Negative ion composition measurements obtained during a valve controlled balloon flight were used to derive (H2SO4 + HSOy) number densities between 25 and 34 km altitude. The data are compared to similar results obtained for other stratospheric temperatures. The implications of the results on our present ideas about aerosol formation are briefly discussed.
CitationArijs, E.; Nevejans, D.; Ingels, J.; Frederick, P. (1983). Sulfuric acid vapour derivations from negative ion composition data between 25 and 34 km. , Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 10, Issue 4, 329-332, DOI: 10.1029/GL010i004p00329.