A new environmental chamber for evaluation of gas-phase chemical mechanisms and secondary aerosol formation

@inproceedings{Carter2005ANE,
  title={A new environmental chamber for evaluation of gas-phase chemical mechanisms and secondary aerosol formation},
  author={William Lloyd. Carter and David R. Cocker and Dennis R. Fitz and Irina L. Malkina and Kurt Bumiller and Claudia Sauer and John T. Pisano and Charles Bufalino and Chen Song},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract A new state-of-the-art indoor environmental chamber facility for the study of atmospheric processes leading to the formation of ozone and secondary organic aerosol (SOA) has been constructed and characterized. The chamber is designed for atmospheric chemical mechanism evaluation at low reactant concentrations under well-controlled environmental conditions. It consists of two collapsible 90 m 3 FEP Teflon film reactors on pressure-controlled moveable frameworks inside a temperature… CONTINUE READING

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