Inhibition of efflorescence in mixed organic-inorganic particles at temperatures less than 250 K.

@article{Bodsworth2010InhibitionOE,
  title={Inhibition of efflorescence in mixed organic-inorganic particles at temperatures less than 250 K.},
  author={A Bodsworth and Bernhard Zobrist and Allan K Bertram},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  year={2010},
  volume={12 38},
  pages={12259-66}
}
It is now well recognized that mixed organic-inorganic particles are abundant in the atmosphere. While there have been numerous studies of efflorescence of mixed organic-inorganic particles close to 293 K, there are only a few at temperatures less than 273 K. Understanding the efflorescence properties of these particles at temperatures less than 273 K could be especially important for predicting ice nucleation in the upper troposphere. We studied the efflorescence properties of mixed citric… CONTINUE READING

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