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Stratospheric sulfur aerosols are sulfur-rich particles which exist in the stratosphere region of the Earth's atmosphere. The layer of the atmosphere in which they exist is known as the Junge layer, or simply the stratospheric aerosol layer. These particles consist of a mixture of sulfuric acid and water. They are created naturally, such as by photochemical decomposition of sulfur-containing gases, e.g. carbonyl sulfide. When present in high levels, e.g. after a strong volcanic eruption such as Mount Pinatubo, they produce a cooling effect, by reflecting sunlight, and by modifying clouds as they fall out of the stratosphere. This cooling may persist for a few years before the particles fall out.

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  • Aerosoles de azufre estratosférico
  • Stratospheric sulfur aerosols
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  • Los aerosoles de azufre estratosférico son partículas ricas en azufre que existen en la región de la estratosfera de la atmósfera de la Tierra. La capa de la atmósfera en la que existen se conoce como la capa de Junge, o como la capa de aerosol estratosférico. Estas partículas constan de una mezcla de ácido sulfúrico y agua. Se crean naturalmente por descomposición fotoquímica de gases que contienen azufre, p. ej. sulfuro de carbonilo. Cuándo están presentes en niveles altos, p. ej. después de una gran erupción volcánica como la del Monte Pinatubo, producen un efecto de enfriamiento al reflejar la luz solar y modificar las nubes cuando se precipitan desde la estratosfera.​ Este enfriamiento puede persistir durante varios años antes de que las partículas se precipiten.
  • Stratospheric sulfur aerosols are sulfur-rich particles which exist in the stratosphere region of the Earth's atmosphere. The layer of the atmosphere in which they exist is known as the Junge layer, or simply the stratospheric aerosol layer. These particles consist of a mixture of sulfuric acid and water. They are created naturally, such as by photochemical decomposition of sulfur-containing gases, e.g. carbonyl sulfide. When present in high levels, e.g. after a strong volcanic eruption such as Mount Pinatubo, they produce a cooling effect, by reflecting sunlight, and by modifying clouds as they fall out of the stratosphere. This cooling may persist for a few years before the particles fall out.
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