Sulfuric acid is a well known health and environmental hazard, as is Sulfur Dioxide ( SO2 ) . This harmful contaminant is being detected, in addition to other weather control aerosol agents, in precipitation around the world.
March 4, 2022 | Authors: Debra K. Weisenstein1, , Daniele Visioni3, Henning Franke4, Ulrike Niemeier4, Sandro Vattioni2, Gabriel Chiodo2, Thomas Peter2, and David W. Keith1 |Correspondence: David Keith (firstname.lastname@example.org) |
An interactive stratospheric aerosol model intercomparison of solar geoengineering by stratospheric injection of SO2 or accumulation-mode sulfuric acid aerosols
“Injection of SO3 or H2SO4 from an aircraft in stratospheric flight is expected to produce particles predominantly in the accumulation-mode size range following microphysical processing within an expanding plume, and such injection may result in a smaller average stratospheric particle size, allowing a given injection of sulfur to produce more radiative forcing.”