Reactive uptake of an isoprene-derived epoxydiol to submicron aerosol particles.

@article{Gaston2014ReactiveUO,
  title={Reactive uptake of an isoprene-derived epoxydiol to submicron aerosol particles.},
  author={Cassandra J Gaston and Theran P. Riedel and Zhenfa Zhang and Avram Gold and Jason D Surratt and Joel A Thornton},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={48 19},
  pages={11178-86}
}
The reactive uptake of isoprene-derived epoxydiols (IEPOX) is thought to be a significant source of atmospheric secondary organic aerosol (SOA). However, the IEPOX reaction probability (γIEPOX) and its dependence upon particle composition remain poorly constrained. We report measurements of γIEPOX for trans-β-IEPOX, the predominant IEPOX isomer, on submicron particles as a function of composition, acidity, and relative humidity (RH). Particle acidity had the strongest effect. γIEPOX is more… CONTINUE READING

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