Bimodal size distribution in high dispersed aerosols

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It is established by a combination of dynamical diffusion experiments and electron microscopy that the size distribution of high dispersed aerosols can be bimodal. It is deduced from numerical experiments that such size distributions can be formed if both the collision efficiency between clusters and vapour molecules and also the rate of deposition of particles on the walls depend on cluster size. © 1973.




Sutugin, A. G., Lushnikov, A. A., & Chernyaeva, G. A. (1973). Bimodal size distribution in high dispersed aerosols. Journal of Aerosol Science, 4(4), 295–305.

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