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Cloud chamber experiments on the origin of ice crystal complexity in cirrus clouds
This study reports on the origin of ice crystal complexity and its influence on the angular light scattering properties of cirrus clouds. Cloud simulation experiments were conducted at the AIDA (Aerosol Interactions and ...
Particle habit imaging using incoherent light : a first step toward a novel instrument for cloud microphysics
The imaging unit of the novel cloud particle instrument Particle Habit Imaging and Polar Scattering (PHIPS) probe has been developed to image individual ice particles produced inside a large cloud chamber. The PHIPS produces ...
Exploring the surface roughness of small ice crystals by measuring high resolution angular scattering patterns.
Surface roughness of atmospheric ice particles is an important yet poorly investigated microphysical property in the context of the climate impact of cirrus and mixed-phase clouds. Measurements of single particle two-dimensional ...