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Ice crystal clouds have an in¯uence on the radiative budget of the earth; however, the exact size and nature of this in¯uence has yet to be determined. A laboratory cloud chamber experiment has been set up to provide data on the optical scattering behaviour of ice crystals at a visible wavelength in order to gain information which can be used in climate models concerning the radiative characteristics of cirrus clouds. A PMS grey-scale probe is used to monitor simultaneously the clouddoi:10.1007/s005850050632 fatcat:skxbkcodtzfonbzrtkhldl3gc4