A quasi-simplified approach for modelling stratospheric negative ions

Beig, G. ; Chakrabarty, D. K. (1993) A quasi-simplified approach for modelling stratospheric negative ions Indian Journal of Radio and Space Physics, 22 (2). pp. 114-121. ISSN 0367-8393

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During the past decade in situ measurements of stratospheric negative ion composition have revealed the occurrence of several interesting features. Total ion density has also been measured with greater accuracy. In the present paper, a quasi-simplified ion chemical scheme is used to reproduce these features. Finally, model profiles of major negative ion composition are given. In agreement with the observations, the model shows a sharp changeover of HSO4(−) core ions over NO3(−) core ions at about 32 km and then a reversal at 42 km.

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Keywords:Atmospheric Composition; Atmospheric Models; In Situ Measurement; Negative Ions; Stratosphere; Mixing Ratios; Nitric Acid; Sulfuric Acid
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