Reaction of NO2 with NaCl and atmospheric implications of NOCl formation

@article{FinlaysonPitts1983ReactionON,
  title={Reaction of NO2 with NaCl and atmospheric implications of NOCl formation},
  author={Barbara J Finlayson-Pitts},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1983},
  volume={306},
  pages={676-677}
}
Oxidation of nitrogen dioxide in ambient air is of global interest as a source of O3 in photochemical air pollution1 and of HNO3 in acid rain2 and fogs3. Gas phase oxidation occurs by reaction with the photochemically produced hydroxyl free radical (OH) during the daylight hours2. A second potential mechanism involves reactions of NO3 (ref. 4). IR and mass… CONTINUE READING