Том 17, номер 01, статья № 1

Кондратьев К.Я. Атмосферный аэрозоль как климатообразующий компонент атмосферы. 1. Свойства аэрозоля различных типов . // Оптика атмосферы и океана. 2004. Т. 17. № 01. С. 5-24.
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Аннотация:

Сделан обзор новейших разработок с целью изучения физических и химических свойств различных типов атмосферного аэрозоля (сульфатный, пылевой, органический, морской, биогенный, городской и др.), а также пространственно-временнoй изменчивости содержания аэрозоля в атмосфере. Кратко обсуждены процессы образования аэрозоля и его воздействие на гетерогенные химические реакции в атмосфере.

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