Development of a detailed chemical mechanism ( MCMv 3 . 1 ) for the atmospheric oxidation of aromatic hydrocarbons

@inproceedings{Bloss2004DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a detailed chemical mechanism ( MCMv 3 . 1 ) for the atmospheric oxidation of aromatic hydrocarbons},
  author={Claire Bloss and Vincent T. Wagner and Michael E. Jenkin and Rainer Volkamer and W J Bloss and James D. Lee and Dwayne E Heard and Klaus Werner Wirtz and Montserrat Mart{\'i}n-Reviejo and Giuseppina Rea and John C. Wenger and Michael J. Pilling},
  year={2004}
}
The Master Chemical Mechanism has been updated from MCMv3 to MCMv3.1 in order to take into account recent improvements in the understanding of aromatic photo-oxidation. Newly available kinetic and product data from the literature have been incorporated into the mechanism. In particular, the degradation mechanisms for hydroxyarenes have been revised following the observation of high yields of ring-retained products, and product studies of aromatic oxidation under relatively low NO x conditions… CONTINUE READING
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