Laboratory chamber studies on the formation of organosulfates from reactive uptake of monoterpene oxides.

@article{Iinuma2009LaboratoryCS,
  title={Laboratory chamber studies on the formation of organosulfates from reactive uptake of monoterpene oxides.},
  author={Yoshiteru Iinuma and Olaf B{\"o}ge and Ariane Kahnt and Hartmut Herrmann},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  year={2009},
  volume={11 36},
  pages={7985-97}
}
Evidence from field measurements suggests that organosulfates contribute substantially to ambient secondary organic aerosol (SOA) and might dominate a considerable fraction of total sulfur in tropospheric particles. While alcohols and epoxides are suggested to be most likely precursors for organosulfates in SOA, their reactivity in acidic particles and their potential for organosulfate formation are still unclear. In the present study, a series of aerosol chamber experiments was performed to… CONTINUE READING