The role of homogeneous (gas-phase) chemical reactions in controlling the stratospheric ozone concentration is briefly reviewed. An outline of definitions, conventions, and data sources is followed by a specific discussion of the most important ozone destroying reactions. The catalytic HOx, NOx, and CℓOx cycles are described.
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- Processes Associated with Stratospheric Ozone Decrease: Homogeneous Chemistry
Eldon E. Ferguson
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg