(Submitted November 29, 1996)
Can gamma-rays react with CO2 in our atmosphere? If so how?
Gamma-rays are usually absorbed in the upper atmosphere (most would
not even reach the top of the Everest). Higher in the atmosphere,
it can interact with CO2 molecules, but they do not react with CO2
more than with other kinds of molecules, if that was your question.
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