Ice Particle

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Ice particles (tens to hundreds of microns in linear dimension) play important roles in the atmosphere, modifying radiative and water fluxes and creating large electric fields in thunderstorms.
Ice particles (tens to hundreds of microns in linear dimension) play important roles in the atmosphere, modifying radiative and water fluxes and creating large electric fields in thunderstorms.

Ice particles (tens to hundreds of microns in linear dimension) play important roles in the atmosphere, modifying radiative and water fluxes and creating large electric fields in thunderstorms.


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