A statistical proxy for sulphuric acid concentration

@inproceedings{Mikkonen2011ASP,
  title={A statistical proxy for sulphuric acid concentration},
  author={Santtu Mikkonen and Sami Romakkaniemi and James N. Smith and Hannele Korhonen and Tuukka Pet{\"a}j{\"a} and Christian Plass-Duelmer and M. Arvizu Boy and Peter H. Mcmurry and Kari E. J. Lehtinen and Jorma Joutsensaari and Abdelmagid Hamed and Roy L Mauldin and Wolfram Birmili and Gerald Spindler and Frank Arnold and Markku Kulmala and Ari Laaksonen},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract. Gaseous sulphuric acid is a key precursor for new particle formation in the atmosphere. Previous experimental studies have confirmed a strong correlation between the number concentrations of freshly formed particles and the ambient concentrations of sulphuric acid. This study evaluates a body of experimental gas phase sulphuric acid concentrations, as measured by Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry (CIMS) during six intensive measurement campaigns and one long-term observational… CONTINUE READING

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