Derivation of OH concentration from satellite infrared measurements of NO2 and HNO3


The hydroxyl radical is a very important radical in the chemistry of the atmosphere. In the stratosphere it is involved not only in the catalytic destruction of ozone but also in the interaction of the nitrogen, chlorine and hydrogen families and in the partitioning of individual species within these families1. A thorough knowledge of the distribution and… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/305690a0


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