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Atmospheric deposition of Hg(II) represents a major input of mercury to surface environments. The phase of Hg(II) (gas or particle) has important implications for deposition. We use long-term observations of reactive gaseous mercury (RGM, the gaseous component of Hg(II)), particle-bound mercury (PBM, the particulate component of Hg(II)), fine particulate(More)
[1] We use a global chemical transport model (GEOS-Chem) to interpret aircraft curtain observations of black carbon (BC) aerosol over the Pacific from 85°N to 67°S during the 2009–2011 HIAPER (High-Performance Instrumented Airborne Platform for Environmental Research) Pole-to-Pole Observations (HIPPO) campaigns. Observed concentrations are very low,(More)
Nowadays, Wireless Monitoring for home security is among the cutting-edge researches in the field of International Intelligent Building. To implement real-time surveillance of the home security, the intelligent remote monitoring system was developed for home security based on ZigBee technology and GSM / GPRS network. The system can send abnormal images and(More)
We use a global chemical transport model (GEOS-Chem CTM) to interpret observations of black carbon (BC) and organic aerosol (OA) from the NASA ARCTAS aircraft campaign over the North American Arctic in April 2008, as well as longer-term records in surface air and in snow (2007– 2009). BC emission inventories for North America, Europe, and Asia in the model(More)
We use GEOS-Chem chemical transport model simulations of sulfateeammonium aerosol data from the NASA ARCTAS and NOAA ARCPAC aircraft campaigns in the North American Arctic in April 2008, together with longer-term data from surface sites, to better understand aerosol sources in the Arctic in winterespring and the implications for aerosol acidity. Arctic(More)
Radiative forcing by aerosols and tropospheric ozone could play a significant role in recent Arctic warming. These species are in general poorly accounted for in climate models. We use the GEOS-Chem global chemical transport model to construct a 3-D representation of Arctic aerosols and ozone that is consistent with observations and can be used in climate(More)
[1] Long-term observations at Arctic sites (Alert and Zeppelin) show large interannual variability (IAV) in atmospheric mercury (Hg), implying a strong sensitivity of Hg to environmental factors and potentially to climate change. We use the GEOS-Chem global biogeochemical Hg model to interpret these observations and identify the principal drivers of spring(More)
The ionization/dissociation mechanism of cyclopentanone has been experimentally investigated in molecular beam by irradiating with intense 394 and 788 nm laser fields with pulse duration of 90 fs. The range of laser intensities varied from 3 x 10(13) to 4 x 10(14) W/cm(2). For both wavelengths, the singly charged parent ion is observable while the doubly(More)
The mass spectra of a series of cycloketone molecules, cyclopentanone (CPO), cyclohexanone (CHO), cycloheptanone (CHPO), and cyclooctanone (COO) are measured in a 788 or 394 nm laser field with 90 fs pulse duration and the intensity ranging from 5 x 10(13) W/cm(2) to 2 x 10(14) W/cm(2). At 788 nm, a dominated parent ion peak and some weak peaks from the(More)
Effects of high pressure in a range of up to 1.7 GPa on ultrafast energy relaxation of LDS698 (C(19)H(23)N(2)O(4)Cl) molecules in solution have experimentally been illustrated by a method of femtosecond time-resolved absorption spectroscopy. The rates of the intramolecular and intermolecular energy relaxations show quite different pressure dependences. The(More)
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