A thermodynamic model of mixed organic-inorganic aerosols to predict activity coefficients

@inproceedings{Zuend2008ATM,
  title={A thermodynamic model of mixed organic-inorganic aerosols to predict activity coefficients},
  author={Andreas Zuend and Claudia Marcolli and Bei P Luo and T Simon Peter},
  year={2008}
}
Tropospheric aerosols contain mixtures of inorganic salts, acids, water, and a large variety of organic compounds. Interactions between these substances in liquid mixtures lead to discrepancies from ideal thermodynamic behaviour. By means of activity coefficients, non-ideal behaviour can be taken into account. We present here a thermodynamic model named AIOMFAC (Aerosol InorganicOrganic Mixtures Functional groups Activity Coefficients) that is able to calculate activity coefficients covering… CONTINUE READING
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