volume 25, issue 6, P923-926 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00512
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Abstract: Abstract. Sulfuric acid (SA) was for the first time directly detected in the exhaust plume of a jet aircraft in flight. The measurements were made by a novel aircraft-based VACA (Volatile Aerosol Component Analyzer) instrument of MPI-K Heidelberg while the research aircraft Falcon was chasing another research aircraft ATrAS. The VACA measures the total SA in the gas and in volatile submicron aerosol particles. During the chase the engines of the ATrAS alternatively burned sulfur-poor and sulfurrich fuel. In t…

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