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The time integration scheme and the advection scheme is described in Wicker and Skamarock (2002). Skamarock et al. (2005) also modified the advection to allow for positive definite transport.
Volume mixing is assumed for all components, including insoluble components. The main difference between Caltech unified GCM and MIRAGE2 (and WRF/Chem) is that Caltech unified GCM prescribes size distribution, but MIRAGE2 predicts it. In CAM3, RIs and optical properties are prescribed for each aerosol type, size, and wavelength of the external mixtures. 3 summarizes model treatments of cloud properties, reflecting the levels of details in cloud microphysics treatments from the simplest in Caltech unified GCM to the most sophistic in GATOR/GCMOM.
For gas/particle mass transfer, CAM3 and Caltech unified GCM use the simplest full equilibrium approach. MIRAGE2 uses a dynamic approach for H2SO4 and MSA. GATOR/GCMOM uses a computationally-efficient dynamic approach with a long time step (150–300 s) (PNG/EQUISOLV II) for all treated species (Jacobson 2005). In WRF/Chem, a full equilibrium approach is used for HNO3 and NH3 in MADE/SORGAM, a dynamic approach is used in MOSAIC. MADRID offers three approaches: full equilibrium, dynamic, and hybrid; their performance has been evaluated in Zhang et al.
A textbook of inorganic chemistry vol.VII part I Oxigen