Flicker noise spectroscopy in an analysis of the dynamics of atmospheric aerosol
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Flicker noise spectroscopy was used to analyze measurements in the free atmosphere. The special features of correlations between the measured atmospheric aerosol parameters, namely, the total concentration of aerosol with particle size no larger than 3 nm, the concentration of particles whose size exceeded 150 nm, and the mean size of these particles, were determined and analyzed. These correlations could be used to create new models and reveal the rules governing the formation of new particles. Flicker noise spectroscopy was shown to offer much promise for atmospheric measurements.
Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A,
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