Microphysics and heterogeneous chemistry of polar stratospheric clouds.

@article{Peter1997MicrophysicsAH,
  title={Microphysics and heterogeneous chemistry of polar stratospheric clouds.},
  author={Thomas Peter},
  journal={Annual review of physical chemistry},
  year={1997},
  volume={48},
  pages={785-822}
}
  • Thomas Peter
  • Published 1997 in Annual review of physical chemistry
Liquid and solid particles in polar stratospheric clouds are of central importance for the depletion of stratospheric ozone. Surface-catalyzed reactions on these particles, and diffusion-controlled processes in the bulk of the particles, convert halogens, which derive from compounds of mainly anthropogenic origin, from relatively inert reservoir species into forms that efficiently destroy ozone. The microphysics of these particles under cold stratospheric conditions is still uncertain in many… CONTINUE READING

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