Peroxy radical chemistry and the control of ozone photochemistry at Mace Head, Ireland during the summer of 2002

@inproceedings{Fleming2005PeroxyRC,
  title={Peroxy radical chemistry and the control of ozone photochemistry at Mace Head, Ireland during the summer of 2002},
  author={Zoe L. Fleming and Paul S. Monks and Andrew R. Rickard and Dwayne E. Heard and W J Bloss and Paul W Seakins and T. J. Still and R Sommariva and Michael J. Pilling and R. Morgan and Timothy John Green and Neil Brough and Graham P. Mills and Stuart A. Penkett and Alastair C. Lewis and James Lee and Alfonso Saiz-Lopez and John M. C. Plane},
  year={2005}
}
Peroxy radical (HO 2 +?RO 2 ) measurements, using the PEroxy Radical Chemical Amplification (PERCA) technique at the North Atlantic Marine Boundary Layer EXperiment (NAMBLEX) at Mace Head in summer 2002, are presented and put into the context of marine, boundary-layer chemistry. A suite of other chemical parameters (NO, NO 2 , NO 3 , CO, CH 4 , O 3 , VOCs, peroxides), photolysis frequencies and meteorological measurements, are used to present a detailed analysis of the role of peroxy radicals… CONTINUE READING

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