Effect of relative humidity on OH uptake by surfaces of atmospheric importance.

Abstract

An experimental study of the dependence of the OH uptake coefficient gamma OH over a relative humidity of 0-48% was carried out at 100 Torr and room temperature, using a differential bead-filled flow tube coupled to a high-pressure chemical ionization mass spectrometer. Various organic (paraffin wax, pyrene, glutaric acid, and soot) and inorganic (NaCl, KCl… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/jp8012317

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@article{Park2008EffectOR, title={Effect of relative humidity on OH uptake by surfaces of atmospheric importance.}, author={Jong-Ho Park and Andrey V Ivanov and Mario Molina}, journal={The journal of physical chemistry. A}, year={2008}, volume={112 30}, pages={6968-77} }