Модель кинетики возбужденных продуктов фотолиза озона и молекулярного кислорода солнечным излучением в диапазоне длин волн 100 - 900 нм в мезосфере и нижней термосфере

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Abstract

In recent decades, it was shown that the emissions of the excited oxygen atom O(1D) and molecular oxygen in the electronically-vibrationally excited states O2(b1Σg + , v) and O2(a1Δg, v) are connected by a single photochemical mechanism in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere (MLT) . This study consists of two parts: a review of studies related to the development of the model of kinetics of the excited products of photodissociation of ozone and molecular oxygen in the daily MLT, and new results obtained in solving various practical problems using this model. In particular, the article gives a detailed description of the mechanism of formation of excited oxygen components in daytime MLTs, presents the possible use of measurements of the intensities of the oxygen emissions from satellites to obtain altitude dependences of O(3P), O3 and CO2 concentrations by solving inverse photochemical problems when emissions from the electronically-vibrationally excited states of the O2 molecule are used as tracers
Translated title of the contributionKinetics model of the excited products of the ozone and molecular photolysis of by solar radiation in the wavelength range of 100 - 900 nm in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationВсероссийская научная конференция с международным участием «Земля и космос» к столетию академика РАН К.Я. Кондратьева. 20-21 октября 2020 года, Санкт-Петербург
Subtitle of host publicationСборник статей
Place of PublicationСПб.
Pages86-94
Publication statusPublished - 2020
EventВсероссийская научная конференция с международным участием «Земля и космос» - Санкт-Петербург
Duration: 20 Oct 202021 Oct 2020

Conference

ConferenceВсероссийская научная конференция с международным участием «Земля и космос»
CountryRussian Federation
CityСанкт-Петербург
Period20/10/2021/10/20

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