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This publication includes the lectures offered on the summer season complicated learn Institute, 'Physics and Chemistry of Atmospheres' which used to be held on the collage of Liege, Belgium, through the interval July 29-August nine, 1974. One-hundred nineteen folks from 11 diverse nations attended the Institute. The authors and writer have made a unique attempt for quick ebook of an up­ to-date prestige of the physics and chemistry ofthe atmospheres of Earth and the plan­ ets, that is an ever-changing zone. exact thank you are a result of teachers for his or her diligent instruction and perfect displays. the person lectures and the broadcast papers have been intentionally constrained; the authors' cooperation in conforming to those requisites is drastically preferred. The contents of the ebook are geared up by means of topic quarter instead of within the order during which papers have been awarded in the course of the Institute. Many thank you are because of Drs Alv Egeland, Donald M. Hunten, Gunther Lange-Hesse, Marcel Nicolet, Harold I. Schiff, Lance Thomas, Alister Vallance Jones, Richard Wayne, and Gilbert Weill who served as consultation chairmen throughout the Institute and contributed significantly to its luck via skillfully directing the dialogue interval in a stimulating demeanour after each one lecture. Many people contributed to the luck of the Institute. Drs Alv Egeland, Donald M. Hunten, Gunther Lange-Hesse, Marcel Nicolet, Harold I. Schiff, Erwin R. Schmerling, Lance Thomas, Alister Vallance Jones, Richard Wayne, and Gilbert Weill have been specially precious in getting ready the technical program.

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1975), chemiluminescence; x - 12 Dec. 72; 6. -13 Nov. 73; ~ -Ackerman et al. urn solar absorption, +-1- Fontanella et al. urn solar absorption, upper limit only, c::::J - Lowenstein et al. (1974), chemiluminescence, airplane, • - Patel et al. (1974), spin flip laser absorption, - - - - -, #, 4-11- data of Ackerman et al. , respectively, converted to noon time equivalent to NO densities X, and Yare 'limiting' model calculations described in the text. * Although N 20 5 has an even number of nitrogen atoms, it is included because of its chemical reactivity and can be considered to be a complex of N0 2 and N0 3 • 26 HAROLD I.

Particularly at the lower altitudes. It has not yet been unequivocally established that the filter paper collection efficiency is 100%. The results exhibit a time variability and structure in the height profiles considerably greater than experimental error. There also appears to be a seasonal effect with the highest density occurring during the winter, in the same sense as the seasonal variability in NO indicated by the chemiluminescence measurements. Maximum densities appear to occur at lower altitudes at higher latitudes and have higher values.

00 ... ~. \ '. 0 flO 0 • x. •••••• e. " , .......... -- • /4 -II • • NO NlIN8ER DENSITY Fig. 3. Stratospheric Measurements of NO. Ridley et al. (1975), chemiluminescence; x - 12 Dec. 72; 6. -13 Nov. 73; ~ -Ackerman et al. urn solar absorption, +-1- Fontanella et al. urn solar absorption, upper limit only, c::::J - Lowenstein et al. (1974), chemiluminescence, airplane, • - Patel et al. (1974), spin flip laser absorption, - - - - -, #, 4-11- data of Ackerman et al. , respectively, converted to noon time equivalent to NO densities X, and Yare 'limiting' model calculations described in the text.

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