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Organic acids as cloud condensation nuclei: Laboratory studies of highly soluble and insoluble species
The ability of sub-micron-sized organic acid particles to act as cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) has been examined at room temperature using a newly constructed continuous-flow, thermal-gradientExpand
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Solid Ammonium Sulfate Aerosols as Ice Nuclei: A Pathway for Cirrus Cloud Formation
Laboratory measurements support a cirrus cloud formation pathway involving heterogeneous ice nucleation by solid ammonium sulfate aerosols. Ice formation occurs at low ice-saturation ratiosExpand
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N2O5 hydrolysis on sub-micron organic aerosols: the effect of relative humidity, particle phase, and particle size
Measurements of the reactive uptake coefficient for N2O5 hydrolysis, γm, on sub-micron organic aerosols were performed in an entrained aerosol flow tube as a function of relative humidity (RH),Expand
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A marine biogenic source of atmospheric ice-nucleating particles
The amount of ice present in clouds can affect cloud lifetime, precipitation and radiative properties. The formation of ice in clouds is facilitated by the presence of airborne ice-nucleatingExpand
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Reaction Probabilities for N2O5 Hydrolysis on Sulfuric Acid and Ammonium Sulfate Aerosols at Room Temperature
The uptake coefficients for N2O5 hydrolysis have been measured at room temperature on micron-sized aerosols composed of both sulfuric acid aqueous solutions and ammonium sulfate solutions. TheExpand
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Heterogeneous reaction of ozone with liquid unsaturated fatty acids: detailed kinetics and gas-phase product studies
Detailed kinetics and product yield studies have been performed for the heterogeneous reaction between gas-phase ozone and three liquid fatty acids using a coated-wall flow tube and chemicalExpand
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Interactions of atmospheric trace gases with ice surfaces: adsorption and reaction.
  • J. Abbatt
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Chemical reviews
  • 4 October 2003
47893.3. Adsorption of Hydrogen-Bonding Species:Oxygenated Organics47903.4. Adsorption of Other Species 47923.5. Adsorption: Atmospheric Implications 47923.6. Adsorption: Needs for LaboratoryExpand
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Heterogeneous oxidation of saturated organic aerosols by hydroxyl radicals: uptake kinetics, condensed-phase products, and particle size change
The kinetics and reaction mechanism for the het- erogeneous oxidation of saturated organic aerosols by gas- phase OH radicals were investigated under NOx-free condi- tions. The reaction of 150 nmExpand
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Cloud condensation nucleus activity of internally mixed ammonium sulfate/organic acid aerosol particles
The ability of mixed ammonium sulfate/organic acid particles to act as cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) has been studied in the laboratory using a continuous flow, thermal-gradient diffusion chamberExpand
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Heterogeneous oxidation of atmospheric aerosol particles by gas-phase radicals.
Atmospheric aerosol particles play pivotal roles in climate and air quality. Just as chemically reduced gases experience oxidation in the atmosphere, it is now apparent that solid and liquidExpand
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