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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Accurate determination of the optical properties of analogues for meteoric smoke particles (MSPs), which are thought to be composed of iron-rich oxides or silicates, is important for their observation and characterization in the atmosphere. In this study, a photochemical aerosol flow reactor (PAFS) has been used to measure the optical extinction of iron oxide MSP analogues in the wavelength range 325&ndash;675&thinsp;nm. The particles were madedoi:10.5194/acp-2019-240 fatcat:ceada7jnz5h5paf3c5jph2n2ry