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Composition and measurement of charged atmospheric clusters

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Atmospheric charged clusters are formed in a series of rapid chemical reactions after ionisation, leaving a central ion X or X clustered with n ligands (Y) . In solar system tropospheres and stratospheres there are two distinct cluster regimes: the terrestrial planets contain largely hydrated clusters (i.e. Y=HO), whereas the gas planets and their moons have organic or nitrogenated cluster species. These classifications are largely based on model predictions, since hardly any measurements ar...

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10.1007/s11214-008-9397-1

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Journal:
Space Science Reviews
Volume:
137
Issue:
1-4
Pages:
213-224
Publication date:
2008-06-05
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EISSN:
1572-9672
ISSN:
0038-6308
URN:
uuid:c7b5fa50-c0ef-4731-8ca8-e4f5e71ad8c5
Source identifiers:
151405
Local pid:
pubs:151405

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