Supplementary Material for In-Cloud Oxalate Formation in the Global Troposphere : A 3 D Modeling Study

@inproceedings{Myriokefalitakis2011SupplementaryMF,
  title={Supplementary Material for In-Cloud Oxalate Formation in the Global Troposphere : A 3 D Modeling Study},
  author={Stelios Myriokefalitakis and Kostas Tsigaridis and Nikolaos Mihalopoulos and Jean Sciare and Athanasios Nenes and Kimitaka Kawamura and A. Segers and Maria Kanakidou},
  year={2011}
}
Organic acids attract increasing attention as contributors to atmospheric acidity, secondary organic aerosol mass and aerosol hygroscopicity. Oxalic acid is globally the most abundant dicarboxylic acid, formed via chemical oxidation of gas-phase precursors in the aqueous phase of aerosols and droplets. Its lifecycle and atmospheric global distribution remain highly uncertain and are the focus of this study. The first global spatial and temporal distribution of oxalate, simulated using a state… CONTINUE READING

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