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Nature's plasticized aerosols

Nature Geoscience volume 9, pages 78 (2016) | Download Citation

The structure of atmospheric aerosol particles affects their reactivity and growth rates. Measurements of aerosol properties over the Amazon rainforest indicate that organic particles above tropical rainforests are simple liquid drops.

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