New source of greenhouse gas 'cleaners' found on clouds
from Scientific American
An international collaboration of scientists has discovered a previously unidentified source of tropospheric hydroxyl radicals generated by the interaction of ozone with the surface of clouds. Their simulations predict that the rate of hydroxyl radical production at the clouds' air–water interface could be four orders of magnitude higher than in the rest of the atmosphere.
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