Modelling of nitrate and ammonium-containing aerosols in presence of sea salt

@inproceedings{Myhre2006ModellingON,
  title={Modelling of nitrate and ammonium-containing aerosols in presence of sea salt},
  author={Gunnar Myhre and Alf Grini and Stefan Metzger},
  year={2006}
}
A thermodynamical model for treatment of gas/aerosol partitioning of semi volatile inorganic aerosols has been implemented in a global chemistry and aerosol transport model (Oslo CTM2). The sulphur cycle and sea salt particles have been implemented earlier in the Oslo CTM2 and the focus of this study is on nitrate partitioning to the aerosol phase and if particulate nitrate is expected to form in fine or coarse mode aerosols. Modelling of the formation of fine mode nitrate particles is… CONTINUE READING
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