Andreas Röhrl

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An ion chromatographic method was developed which is able to separate five unsubstituted and hydroxy C4 dicarboxylic acids, succinic, malic, tartaric, maleic and fumaric acid, besides the other unsubstituted C2-C5 dicarboxylic acids, oxalic, malonic and glutaric acids, as well as inorganic ions in samples extracted from atmospheric particulate matter. By(More)
Low-molecular weight dicarboxylic acids are important constituents ofthe organic fraction of atmospheric particulate matter in remote and polluted regions. The knowledge on their sources is sparse, however, and organic aerosols in general need to be better characterized. Observations of C2-C5 alpha,omega-dicarboxylic acids (DCAs oxalic, malonic, succinic,(More)
INTENTION, GOAL, SCOPE, BACKGROUND Abatement measures since the 1970s have depleted lead and bromine levels in the atmosphere over large parts of Europe. Our knowledge of the atmospheric cycling of these elements while a several decade-long period of intensive mobilization reaches its end is incomplete. OBJECTIVE We have characterized the trends in the(More)
We studied the mass-related aerosol properties, simultaneously at two sites at the urban roof top level in the same city. No systematic influence of the wind vector on the difference in the aerosol concentrations between the two locations could be found. These results are compared with results from a second, similar experiment over a larger distance(More)
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