Том 25, номер 04, статья № 3

Пригарин С.М., Базаров К.Б., Оппель У.Г. Looking for a glory in A-water clouds. // Оптика атмосферы и океана. 2012. Т. 25. № 04. С. 307-313.
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In this paper we discuss a hypothesis proposed by Anatoly N. Nevzorov that considerable amount of water in cold clouds can exist in a specific phase state with the refractive index ≈1.8 and density higher than 2 g/cm3 (so called A-water). One of the arguments mentioned in favor of this hypothesis is that the glory phenomenon can be better explained by existence of A-water. In our paper we consider this argument in detail studying the phase functions of A-water clouds for different distributions of droplet size.

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