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Fig. 5

From: Large dependency of charge distribution in a tropical cyclone inner core upon aerosol number concentration

Fig. 5

a, b Charge density rate added to a graupel and b ice and snow by non-inductive charge separation over the zR plane, tangentially averaged during the last 12 h of the simulation. c, d Temporal evolution of charge density of c ice and snow and d graupel and rain tangentially averaged over 20 km < R < 80 km, and e, f temporal evolution of charge density of graupel and rain tangentially averaged over e 20 km < R < 40 km and f 50 km < R < 80 km. The white dotted area in df indicated the charge density of raindrops. The dotted line indicates temperature (°C)

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