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Atmospheric clusters play a key role in atmospheric new particle formation and they are a sensitive indicator for atmospheric chemistry. Both the formation and loss of atmospheric clusters include a complex set of interlinked physical and chemical processes, and therefore their dynamics is highly non-linear. Here we derive a set of simple equations to estimate the atmospheric cluster concentrations in size ranges of 1.5-2 nm and 2-3 nm as well as 3-6 nm aerosol particles. We compared thedoi:10.1016/j.jaerosci.2021.105878 fatcat:7xnu6g4qn5hs5gvuhgedvht6ce