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Condensation Nuclei


Condensation nuclei are very small atmospheric particles in the range of 1 nm-0.1 μm on which water can condense at very high supersaturations. Atmospheric aerosols upon which water vapor can condense at lower supersaturations are called as Cloud Condensation Nuclei (CCN). Only a small fraction