On our Understanding of Chlorine Partitioning and Ozone Loss in the Polar Vortex: Models and Measurements


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The photolysis of ClOOCl is crucial in determining the rate of polar ozone loss due to the ClO+ClO cycle. New laboratory measurements of the ClOOCl cross section suggest that its photolysis is about a factor of six slower than a value based on current recommendations.



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SPARC Workshop on The Role of Halogen Chemistry in Polar Stratospheric Ozone Depletion Cambridgeth June 2008..
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Canty, T. , Salawitch, R. , Rex, M. , Santee, M. , Schofield, R. , Stimpfle, R. , Stroh, F. , von Hobe, M. and Wilmouth, D. (2008): On our Understanding of Chlorine Partitioning and Ozone Loss in the Polar Vortex: Models and Measurements , SPARC Workshop on The Role of Halogen Chemistry in Polar Stratospheric Ozone Depletion Cambridgeth June 2008. .


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