Secondary organic aerosol: a comparison between foggy and nonfoggy days.

@article{Kaul2011SecondaryOA,
  title={Secondary organic aerosol: a comparison between foggy and nonfoggy days.},
  author={Daya S. Kaul and T. Rattaiah Gupta and Sachi Nand Tripathi and Vandana Tare and Jeffrey L. Collett},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2011},
  volume={45 17},
  pages={
          7307-13
        }
}
Carbonaceous species, meteorological parameters, trace gases, and fogwater chemistry were measured during winter in the Indian city of Kanpur to study secondary organic aerosol (SOA) during foggy and clear (nonfoggy) days. Enhanced SOA production was observed during fog episodes. It is hypothesized that aqueous phase chemistry in fog drops is responsible for increasing SOA production. SOA concentrations on foggy days exceeded those on clear days at all times of day; peak foggy day SOA… CONTINUE READING
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