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Carbon Dioxide Content of Atmospheric Air


As a sideline to an investigation on the water vapour content of the upper air, the carbon dioxide content has been determined in a number of air samples obtained by balloon soundings from heights of 4–10 km.

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GLÜCKAUF, E. Carbon Dioxide Content of Atmospheric Air. Nature 153, 620–621 (1944).

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