Heating-Induced Evaporation of Nine Different Secondary Organic Aerosol Types.

@article{Kolesar2015HeatingInducedEO,
  title={Heating-Induced Evaporation of Nine Different Secondary Organic Aerosol Types.},
  author={Katheryn Ruth Kolesar and Ziyue Li and Kevin R Wilson and Christopher D Cappa},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={49 20},
  pages={
          12242-52
        }
}
The volatility of the compounds comprising organic aerosol (OA) determines their distribution between the gas and particle phases. However, there is a disconnect between volatility distributions as typically derived from secondary OA (SOA) growth experiments and the effective particle volatility as probed in evaporation experiments. Specifically, the evaporation experiments indicate an overall much less volatile SOA. This raises questions regarding the use of traditional volatility… CONTINUE READING

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