By A. D. Danilov (auth.)
I used to be more than pleased to profit that Plenum Press has made up our minds to put up an English version of Chemistry of the Ionosphere. even though the ebook was once mostly meant for the Soviet reader so that it will fill a few gaps in Russian-language stories on aeronomic difficulties, i am hoping that it can be helpful to overseas experts engaged in iono spheric examine in addition. certainly, in the course of the time which has elapsed because the coaching of the Russian variation new stories were released on this planet literature at the difficulties handled during this publication. an important of those are famous within the ap pendix to this version, yet a few difficulties (for instance, with appreciate to the physics of unfavourable ions within the reduce ionosphere) require an intensive reexamination, which can't be performed in a short appendix. i'll be happy if book of the ebook in English will as sist in elimination many of the at the moment present ambiguities in simple difficulties of higher surroundings chemistry. A. D. Danilov Preface to the Russian version 1 within the final decade superb successes were accomplished within the learn of the earth's higher surroundings through use of rockets and synthetic satellites. those investigations have made it transparent that the higher surroundings (and rather the ionospheric sector at altitudes 100-1000 km) is a significantly extra complicated formation than may be visualized ahead of the appearance of energetic reviews with area vehicles.
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2 quantum mechanical computations are very difficult and there still are no reliable data on the corresponding rate constants . On the basis of the most general considerations it must be assumed that the rate constants of radiative recombination of moleaular ions also are about 10- 12 cm3 . sec- 1 . The process inverse to dielectron recombination reactions is excitation by radiation with subsequent autoionization of an excited neutral particle. After investigating these processes, Pery-Thorne and Garton  concluded on the basis of the detailed balance principle that the earlier estimates of the constant of dielectron recombination of argon ions a 2 ~ 10- 10cm3 • sec-1 at T = 300 0K published by Garton et al.
It was found that after SUtlbet the effective recombination coefficient does not change during the night and averages 2 . 10- 7 cm3 'sec-l,whichisclosetothe daytime a ' values at these altitudes. At E region altitudes the authors of  discovered a slow [eJ variation after sunset (a ' :5 10-8 cm 3 • sec-1) which they feel supports the idea that the E region has a night ionization source. Thus, in the E region (temperature about 300 K) at night a ' = (1-2) . 10-8 cm3 • sec- 1 (if there is no night ionization source) and in the daytime a' = (4-10) .
As was demonstrated in §1 of this chapter, the basic mechanism of recombination of atomic ions with electrons is radiative recombination with a rate constant of about 10- 12 cm3 • sec-i. 27) 40 ELEMENTARY PROCESSES IN THE IONOSPHERE [CHAP. 2 This estimate shows that ion-molecular reactions will be considerably more efficient through disappearance of atomic ions than through radiative recombination, at least to altitudes where the concentration of neutral molecules decreases to 10 6 cm-3, which corresponds to H ::::; 500 km.