Inverse relationship between the degree of oxidation of OOA (oxygenated organic aerosol) and the oxidant OX (O 3 +NO 2 ) due to biogenic emissions

@inproceedings{Canonaco2014InverseRB,
  title={Inverse relationship between the degree of oxidation of OOA (oxygenated organic aerosol) and the oxidant OX (O 3 +NO 2 ) due to biogenic emissions},
  author={F. Canonaco and Jay G Slowik and Urs Baltensperger and Andr{\'e} Stephan Henry Pr{\'e}v{\^o}t and Villigen Psi},
  year={2014}
}
  • F. Canonaco, Jay G Slowik, +2 authors Villigen Psi
  • Published 2014
  • Chemistry
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