Höhenverteilung der Konzentrationen von Riesenkernen aus Chloriden und Sulphaten
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A description is presented of 49 research flights executed in Northern Bohemia and High Tatra during which concentrations of giant chloride and sulfate condensation nuclei were measured up to a height of 3 Km above the earth surface. Chloride and sulfate aerosol particles were determined by traces left by them in a sensitive sheet of gelatine. During the year the average concentration of the giant chloride nuclei was not greater than 15 nuclei and the average concentration of sulfate nuclei surpassed not 6 nuclei in 1 liter air. The highest concentrations occurred at a height of several hundred meters above the earth. It was found that the general form of the deduced spectral function is the same for the chloride and sulfate particles.
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