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This paper describes a simple but practical methodology to identify the contribution of primary and secondary air pollutants from the local/regional emission sources to Hong Kong, a highly urbanized city with complex terrain and coastlines. The meteorological model MM5 coupled with a three-dimensional, mutli-particle trajectory model 5 is used to identify… (More)
Fluorescence excitation spectra produced through photoexcitation of N(2) using synchrotron radiation in the spectral region between 50 and 62.5 nm have been obtained with a resolution of 0.004 nm. A broadband detector (in the 115-180 nm region) was employed to monitor fluorescence originated from neutral excited atomic nitrogen fragments which are produced… (More)
Here we report the first evidence for a reversible phase change in an ethanethiol ice prepared under astrochemical conditions. InfraRed (IR) spectroscopy was used to monitor the morphology of the ice using the SH stretching vibration, a characteristic vibration of thiol molecules. The deposited sample was able to switch between amorphous and crystalline… (More)
New, rotationally resolved fluorescence-excitation spectra confirm coupled-channel Schrödinger-equation predictions of strong rotational dependence of the fluorescence and predissociation yields in the b(v = 1) level of (14)N(2).