Role of aldehyde chemistry and NO x concentrations in secondary organic aerosol formation

@inproceedings{Chan2010RoleOA,
  title={Role of aldehyde chemistry and NO x concentrations in secondary organic aerosol formation},
  author={Arthur W H Chan and Man Nin Chan and Jason D Surratt and Puneet S Chhabra and Christine L. Loza and John D Crounse and Lindsay D. Yee and Richard C Flagan and Paul O. Wennberg and John H. Seinfeld},
  year={2010}
}
Aldehydes are an important class of products from atmospheric oxidation of hydrocarbons. Isoprene (2methyl-1,3-butadiene), the most abundantly emitted atmospheric non-methane hydrocarbon, produces a significant amount of secondary organic aerosol (SOA) via methacrolein (a C4-unsaturated aldehyde) under urban high-NO x conditions. Previously, we have identified peroxy methacryloyl nitrate (MPAN) as the important intermediate to isoprene and methacrolein SOA in this NO x regime. Here we show that… CONTINUE READING
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