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Since 1978, a measuring station has been operated at Cape Point (34°21′ S, 18°29′ E). In this article, results of measurements of CO, CFCl3, CCl4, O3, N2O and CH4 are presented as monthly means and analyzed with respect to long-term trends and seasonal variations. For CO and CH4, very similar...
Six years of observations (1980 to 1986) of the composition of lower tropospheric aerosols at Alert on northern Ellesmere Island in the Canadian high Arctic yield insight into the seasonal variation of Arctic air pollutants as well as of substances of natural origin. A principal component...
We have investigated the problem of testing photochemical theory using solar occultation data. We show, simply using a diurnal model, that for many steady-state relationships sunrise and sunset are not good times for performing quantitative tests. Departures should be expected between the true...
Gaseous nitric acid and ammonia were sampled with annular denuders at a forest savannah site from April to December 1987. The analysis of the extract was made spectrophotometrically and by a selective electrode for NO3
− and NH4
+, respectively. Higher concentrations were observed during the...
In a nighttime system and under relatively dry conditions (about 15 ppm H2O), the reaction mixture of NO2, O3, and NH3 in purified air turns out to result in the formation of nitrous oxide (N2O). The experiments were performed in a continuous stirred flow reactor, in the concentration region of...
Improvements of the matrix isolation/electron spin resonance technique for the measurement of NO2, NO3, and RO2 radicals in the atmosphere are described. The use of D2O instead of H2O as the matrix yields a better spectral resolution and, as a consequence, larger a signal-to-noise ratio as well...
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