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This is an open access article published under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) License, which permits unrestricted use… Expand Carbonaceous aerosols (CA) emitted by fossil and biomass fuels consist of black carbon (BC), a strong absorber of solar radiation… Expand We have undertaken atomistic molecular simulations to systematically determine the structural contributions to the hydrophobicity… Expand The field of atmospheric chemistry is very broad, both in the problems addressed and in the approaches taken. Thus, it includes… Expand Symptoms consistent with inhalation toxicity have long been associated with Florida red tides, and various causal agents have… Expand Tropospheric aerosol particles originate from man-made sources such as urban/industrial activities, biomass burning associated… Expand Farman et al.1 have reported a rapid decrease, since their measurements started in 1957, of the total column amount of ozone in… Expand Waters that leave the surface of the ocean and enter the subsurface circulation contain concentrations of CCl3F (fluorocarbon-11… Expand Bromine may act as a catalyst for recombination of ozone and could be more efficient than either nitric oxide or chlorine. The… Expand Chlorofluoromethanes are being added to the environment in steadily increasing amounts. These compounds are chemically inert and… Expand