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P. 96ms-‘cm-“*); corresponding to U(d) in m s-’ and d in cm. It has been assumed that ~=900 kgmT3. 5,K,,,) Ckgm-*s-l]; variance of the distribution: fallspeed of hailstones: U(d)=yl/;i [ms-‘1; total number concentration: nT= ? r’(l,Ad,,,) [mT3]. 5I-‘(4, Ad,,,). 106Jkg-‘. Laube, HSller Landolt-Bornstein New Series V/4 b Ref. p. 2 Dry air: Viscosity, thermal conductivity and diffusivity Table 14. Viscosity q and thermal conductivity K, of dry air, and diffusion coefficient D, of water vapor in dry air as a function of temperature I: Linear interpolation is practicable throughout the table [66 L I].

706. 736. 161. 161. 181. 126. 146. 233. 1 Aqueous solutions [Ref. p. 100 -e T=-ZO”C me--- I 0 “C 7llT . _...... r\\\\. 92 I II I , I- $,$ig 1I-m,=10-15kg1 1lT7 Fig. 28. w=e,k,,,w over an aqueous solution drop with drop radius n for different salt solutions and various masses of salt. 88 10-a lrnc 1 lO-;kg 1 m,=lO-'skg lo-' (I- 10-6 m-5 ml Fig. 29. w over an aqueous solution drop with drop radius a for various amounts of NaCl and for different temperatures. I 1 1o-5 Fig. 30. v over an aqueous solution drop with drop radius a containing an aerosol particle composed of water soluble and water insoluble substances for different mass fractions of soluble to insoluble portion of the particle E.

26) The variation of density of an aqueous solution with salt concentration for an ideal solution is described by: m,+m, Q”= wk 0 + w,, 0 ’ with M v~,~= -J! ew M and v~,~= 2; es where the subscript 0 refers to pure substance. For real solutions we have: where v, is the apparent molal volume of the salt with all deviations from ideality incorporated. For cloud-physics applications v, = v,,,. 1 Aqueous solutions Ref. p. 4 xs - MFig. 26. Variation of density Q of aqueous solutions with molality M: f: Ca(NO&; 2: CaCl,; 3: HCl; 4: KCl; 5: LiCl; 6: MgCl,; 7: MgS04; 8: NaCl; 9: NaNO,; 10: NaOH; ii: (NH&SO,.

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