If Pope et al. is correct, how might ClOOCl be lost?


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New laboratory measurements of the photolysis cross sections of ClOOCl result in values much smaller than previously published cross sections. Various presentations during this workshop will show that using the smaller cross sections in models based on standard chemistry results in calculated ozone loss rates, ClO, ClOOCl and OClO abundances that are not in agreement with atmospheric observations.



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SPARC Workshop on The Role of Halogen Chemistry in Polar Stratospheric Ozone Depletion Cambridgeth June 2008..
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19198
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Rex, M. , Schofield, R. , Salawitch, R. and Canty, T. (2008): If Pope et al. is correct, how might ClOOCl be lost? , SPARC Workshop on The Role of Halogen Chemistry in Polar Stratospheric Ozone Depletion Cambridgeth June 2008. .


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