Ice crystal habits from cloud chamber studies obtained by in-line holographic microscopy related to depolarization measurements.

@article{Amsler2009IceCH,
  title={Ice crystal habits from cloud chamber studies obtained by in-line holographic microscopy related to depolarization measurements.},
  author={Peter E. Amsler and Olaf Stetzer and Martin Schnaiter and Evelyn Hesse and Stefan Benz and Ottmar Moehler and Ulrike Lohmann},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={2009},
  volume={48 30},
  pages={5811-22}
}
We investigate hydrometeor habits at the AIDA chamber with a newly developed in-line holographic microscope HOLographic Imager for Microscopic Objects (HOLIMO). Sizes and habits of ice crystals and droplets in a mixed-phase cloud experiment are related to relative humidity with respect to ice (RH(ice)), temperature (T), and experiment time. This experiment is initiated with supercooled water drops. As a result, ice crystals within a maximum particle diameter size range of 2 to 118 microm… CONTINUE READING

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