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16) show the degree to which the ozone content can vary in the stratosphere under photochemical conditions. 17) t being the time measured from t = 0 for n(03) = 0. Introducing the time, τ(0 3 ), necessary to attain 95% of the photochemical equilibrium value, the following relation is obtained: τ(0 8 ) = [Μ(Μ)/Λ 8 ΛΛ1 1/2 . 1. In the neighborhood of the stratopause, there is an almost perfect photochemical equilibrium. But, it is also clear that below 30 km the time required to reach photochemical equilibrium becomes sufficiently long such that diurnal variations can lead to departures from equilibrium conditions.

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