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Thermodynamic Model of the System H+−NH4+−SO42-−NO3-−H2O at Tropospheric Temperatures
A multicomponent mole-fraction-based thermodynamic model is used to represent aqueous phase activities, equilibrium partial pressures (of H2O, HNO3, and NH3), and saturation with respect to solidExpand
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Thermodynamic Model of the System H+−NH4+−Na+−SO42-−NO3-−Cl-−H2O at 298.15 K
A multicomponent mole-fraction-based thermodynamic model of the H+−NH4+−Na+−SO42-−NO3-−Cl-−H2O system is used to represent aqueous-phase activities, equilibrium partial pressures (of H2O, HNO3, HCl,Expand
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Atmospheric amines - Part I. A review
Amines are emitted by a wide range of sources and are ubiquitous atmospheric organic bases. Approximately 150 amines and about 30 amino acids have been identified in the atmosphere. We review theExpand
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Statistical mechanical description and modelling of turbulent collision of inertial particles
The collision rate of monodisperse solid particles in a turbulent gas is governed by a wide range of scales of motion in the flow. Recent studies have shown that large-scale energetic eddies are theExpand
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Atmospheric aerosol models for systems including the ions H+, NH4+, Na+, SO42−, NO3−, Cl−, Br−, and H2O
[1] Mole fraction based equations for aqueous phase activities, together with equilibrium constants for the formation of gases and solids, have been combined with a Gibbs free energy minimizationExpand
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Atmospheric amines – Part II. Thermodynamic properties and gas/particle partitioning
Amines enter the atmosphere from a wide range of sources, but relatively little is known about their atmospheric behavior, especially their role in gas/particle partitioning. In Part I of this workExpand
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Thermodynamic Model of the System H
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Detailed flow patterns in the nasal cavity.
The human nasal cavity filters and conditions inspired air while providing olfactory function. Detailed experimental study of nasal airflow patterns has been limited because of the complex geometryExpand
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Evolution of particle number distribution near roadways—Part I: analysis of aerosol dynamics and its implications for engine emission measurement
Abstract Studies have suggested that aerosol number concentrations may be better correlated to health effects than mass concentrations so that the high particle number concentrations in the vicinityExpand
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