NO, NO2 and HNO3 below 35 km in the Atmosphere
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Experimental data on NO, NO//2 and HNO//3 in the atmosphere are reviewed. The low abundance of nitric acid in the tropospheric gas phase is emphasized, as well as the high variability of NO//x in the low stratosphere and in the troposphere. Some model-predicted distributions of these odd-nitrogen molecules are presented. Areas of agreement and of disagreement between theory and experiment are indicated.
CitationAckerman, M. (1975). NO, NO2 and HNO3 below 35 km in the Atmosphere. , Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Vol. 32, Issue 9, 1649-1657,