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Modelling. Modelling of Ozone and Secondary Organic Aerosol across Europe: Results from the EMEP Models; D. Simpson, Y. Andersson-Sköld.
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Arctic Regions. The Impact of Halogen Chemistry on the Oxidation Capacity of the Trophosphere; U. Platt.
Kinetic and Mechanistic Studies in the Laboratory. Recent Developments in Peroxy Radical Chemistry; R. Lesclaux. Atmospheric Chemistry of Oxygenated VOCs; G. Le Bras, et al. Experimental and Theoretical Study of the Atmospheric Degradatin of Aldehydes; D. D'Anna, C.J. Nielsen. The Phohemical Degradation of Chloral and Oxalyl Chloride; L. Nolan, et al. Fluorinated Radical Reactions of Atmospheric Importance; W. Hack, et al. Heterogeneous Reactions Affecting Chlorine Activation in the Troposphere; M.Yu. Gershenzon, et al.Phohemical Processes in the Atmosphere; G.K. Moortgat. Atmosphere-Related Aspects of the Aqueous Phase Oxidation of Sulphur Dioxide; W. Pasiuk-Bronikowska. Soot Particles from Different Combustion Sources: Composition, Surface groups, Oxidation under Atmospheric Conditions; M.N. Laritchev, J.C. Petit.
Kinetic and Mechanistic Studies. Investigation of Particle Formation in the Photo-oxidation of Dimethyl Sulphide; C. Arsene, et al. Model Study of the Photooxidation of CH3SO2SCH3 at Atmospheric Pressure: Thermal Decomposition of the CH3SO2 Radical; N.I. Butkovskaya, I. Barnes. Atmospheric Oxidatin of Selected Primary Alcohols; F. Cavalli, et al. Interaction of Ozone with Sodium Chloride — a Possible Additional Source of Chlorine in the Atmosphere; A.V. Levanov, et al. Transition Metal Ions in The Processes Of Acid Rain Formation; A.N. Yermakov, A.P. Purmal. The Role of HCl and HBr in Heterogeneous Processes of Stratospheric Ozone Decomposition; S.V. Savilov, T.V. Yagodovskaya. Comparison of the NO3 Heterogeneous Uptake on Dry and Humidified NaX (X=Cl, Br) Salts; V.V. Zelenov, E.V. Aparina.
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Global Atmospheric Change and its Impact on Regional Air Quality / Edition 1by Ian Barnes
Pub. Date: 11/30/2002
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
There is growing evidence that the changing global atmosphere is impacting urban and regional air quality and that emissions from great urban conurbations are significantly influencing global change. This book presents the topics needed to understand possible changes in regional and global atmospheric air quality. Air quality measurements reveal the influence of
There is growing evidence that the changing global atmosphere is impacting urban and regional air quality and that emissions from great urban conurbations are significantly influencing global change. This book presents the topics needed to understand possible changes in regional and global atmospheric air quality. Air quality measurements reveal the influence of anthropogenic emissions on the background atmosphere, especially at regional and local scales, superimposed on a background of biogenic emissions. The book also deals with possible changes in atmospheric chemistry in remote areas due to the impact of halogens, halogen oxides, and organic sulphur compounds. Important areas that need to be known in detail for the modelling of these influences are ozone formation, radical mechanisms in the gas phase, oxidation processes in the aqueous phase, and the formation of aerosols. All these are discussed on the basis of both laboratory studies and field measurements. The various observational data, emission data and chemical mechanisms are needed as inputs for modelling the regional impact of anthropogenic emissions and global change. The book presents a great amount of material from the Russian Federation and other East European countries that is not available in Western journals.
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