Chemical characterization of dissolved organic compounds from coastal sea surface microlayers (Baltic Sea, Germany).

@article{Pinxteren2012ChemicalCO,
  title={Chemical characterization of dissolved organic compounds from coastal sea surface microlayers (Baltic Sea, Germany).},
  author={Manuela Schellin van Pinxteren and Conny M{\"u}ller and Yoshiteru Iinuma and Christian Stolle and Hartmut Herrmann},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2012},
  volume={46 19},
  pages={10455-62}
}
The physicochemical properties of the sea surface microlayer (SML), i.e. the boundary layer between the air and the sea, and its impact on air-sea exchange processes have been investigated for decades. However, a detailed description about these processes remains incomplete. In order to obtain a better chemical characterization of the SML, in a case study three pairs of SML and corresponding bulk water samples were taken in the southern Baltic Sea. The samples were analyzed for dissolved… CONTINUE READING
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