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|Authors: ||Stein, B.*|
Del Guasta, M.*
Wolf, J. P.*
|Title: ||Microlayers of solid particles observed by lidar at Sodankyla during SESAME|
|Editors: ||Pyle, J. A.|
Harris, N. R. P.
Amanatidis, G. T.
|Issue Date: ||18-Sep-1995|
|Abstract: ||The physical condition of polar stratospheric aerosols is of great importance both for the modelling
of surface chemistry reactions and for the understanding of particle production and evaporation in the polar vortex. The particles can be either liquid, supercooled liquids or solid material at different
heights and temperatures. Since a solid particle can survive much longer when temperature rises above the freezing point, whereas liquid particles will evaporate quickly at temperatures above the
condensation temperature, the knowledge of the physical state is an important parameter to estimate the contribution to heterogenous chemistry of the different aerosol types observed.|
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