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Electrochemical concentration cell (ECC) ozonesonde pump efficiency measurements and tests on the sensitivity to ozone of buffered and unbuffered ECC sensor cathode solutions
[1] On the basis of extensive laboratory and field tests of electrochemical concentration cell (ECC) ozonesondes, a height-dependent artifact in ozone profile measurements was found that is primarilyExpand
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In situ mountain-wave polar stratospheric cloud measurements: Implications for nitric acid trihydrate formation
0.2 cm 3 , median radii of 1 to 2 mm and volumes up to 1 mm 3 cm 3 . A comparison between optical PSC data and optical simulations based on the measured particle size distribution indicates that theExpand
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Chemical, microphysical, and optical properties of polar stratospheric clouds
A balloonborne gondola for a comprehensive study of polar stratospheric clouds (PSCs) was launched on 25 January 2000 near Kiruna/Sweden. Besides an aerosol composition mass spectrometer, the gondolaExpand
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Microphysical mesoscale simulations of polar stratospheric cloud formation constrained by in situ measurements of chemical and optical cloud properties
[1] A detailed microphysical model has been used to simulate polar stratospheric clouds (PSC) formed in mountain leewaves over northern Scandinavia and observed in a balloonborne multi-instrumentExpand
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A random-walk simulation of thermophoretic particle deposition in a turbulent boundary layer
Abstract Deposition of log-normally distributed particles in isothermal and heated turbulent boundary layers is studied via Lagrangian random-walk simulations. The velocity and temperature fields andExpand
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Sunset observations of ClO in the Arctic Polar Vortex and implications for ozone loss
Chlorine oxide (ClO) was measured in situ in the perturbed arctic vortex from a balloon launched near Kiruna, Sweden, 67°N, at sunset on January 27, 2000. Between 20 and 23 km, the time-dependentExpand
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Meat tenderness evaluation using dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA)
Previous investigations indicated that a correlation exists between the preprocessed dual energy X-ray images of an airport security scanner and subjective tenderness in meat samples [PCTExpand
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Evidence of scattering of tropospheric radiation by PSCs in mid-IR limb emission spectra: MIPAS-B observations and KOPRA simulations
[1] Polar stratospheric clouds (PSCs) were observed by the high resolution mid infrared Michelson Interferometer for Passive Atmospheric Sounding, Balloon borne version (MIPAS-B), on a flight fromExpand
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Non-invasive measurements of wool and meat properties
Recently, strong progress has been made in the development of non-invasive measurement equipment and techniques for the in-line determination of raw wool and boneless meat qualities in industrialExpand
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