Water activities of ammonium sulfate-sulfuric acid mixtures with ammonium to sulfate molar ratios between 0 and 2 were measured by a spherical void electrodynamic levitator at relative humidities (RH) of 0.18–0.90. Since the composition of the solid particles is subject to uncertainty, solution properties were determined relative to the known properties at RH about 0.75–0.90. The data were compared with other measurements and the estimates from the Zdanovskii-Stokes-Robinson (ZSR) method and SCAPE, a newly developed gas-particle equilibrium model, and generally were found to be in good agreement.
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This work was supported by National Science Foundation grant ATM 9307603.