Modeling organic aerosols in a megacity : potential contribution of semi-volatile and intermediate volatility primary organic compounds to secondary organic aerosol formation

@inproceedings{Hodzic2010ModelingOA,
  title={Modeling organic aerosols in a megacity : potential contribution of semi-volatile and intermediate volatility primary organic compounds to secondary organic aerosol formation},
  author={Alma Hodzic and Jose L. Jimenez and Sasha Madronich and Manjula R. Canagaratna and Peter F DeCarlo and Lawrence Kleinman and Jerome D. Fast},
  year={2010}
}
It has been established that observed local and regional levels of secondary organic aerosols (SOA) in polluted areas cannot be explained by the oxidation and partitioning of anthropogenic and biogenic VOC precursors, at least using current mechanisms and parameterizations. In this study, the 3-D regional air quality model CHIMERE is applied to estimate the potential contribution to SOA formation of recently identified semi-volatile and intermediate volatility organic precursors (S/IVOC) in and… CONTINUE READING

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