Presence of high nitryl chloride in Asian coastal environment and its impact on atmospheric photochemistry

@article{Tham2014PresenceOH,
  title={Presence of high nitryl chloride in Asian coastal environment and its impact on atmospheric photochemistry},
  author={Yee Jun Tham and Chao Yan and Likun Xue and Qiaozhi Zha and Xinfeng Wang and Tao Wang},
  journal={Chinese Science Bulletin},
  year={2014},
  volume={59},
  pages={356-359}
}
Nitryl chloride (ClNO2) is a product of nocturnal halogen activation of nitrogen oxides and has potential to impact atmospheric photochemistry. Here we report the first observation result of ClNO2 in an Asian environment. The measurements were made with a thermal decomposition chemical ionization mass spectrometer at a coastal site in southern China during late summer of 2012. A clear diurnal pattern of ClNO2 was observed with nighttime 1-min average mixing ratio up to 1997 pptv, which is among… CONTINUE READING

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