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Previous experiments in the 400–500 nm region (Coquart et al., 1995) have been extended to the 200–400 nm region to determine the absorption cross-sections of NO2 at 220 K. The NO2 and N2O4 cross-sections are obtained simultaneously from a calculation applied to the data resulting from...
Tropospheric mercury is dominated by gas phase species. In this paper, the gas phase reactions between the nitrate radical and volatile biogenic mercury species have been investigated. An upper limit for the gas phase rate coefficient for reaction between elemental mercury and NO3-radicals was...
We have discussed the behavior of a non-conserved scalar in the stationary, horizontally homogeneous, neutral surface-flux layer and, on the basis of conventional second-order closure, derived analytic expressions for flux and for mean concentration of a gas, subjected to a first-order removal...
Carbonyl products have been identified and their formation yields measured in the gas phase reaction of ozone with unsaturated oxygenates in experiments carried out at ambient T, p = 1 atm. of purified humid air (RH = 50%) and with sufficient cyclohexane added to scavenge the hydroxyl radical....
Emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from sunflower (Helianthus annuus L. cv. giganteus) were measured in a continuously stirred tank reactor. The compounds predominantly emitted from sunflower were: isoprene, the monoterpenes α-pinene, β-pinene, sabinene, 3-carene and limonene, an...
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