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From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 20, Issue 20) Peer-ReviewedSulfuric acid has been shown to be a key driver for new particle formation and subsequent growth in various environments, mainly due to its low volatility. However, direct measurements of gas-phase sulfuric acid are...
From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 20, Issue 19) Peer-ReviewedThe climate and air quality effects of aerosol particles depend on the number and size of the particles. In urban environments, a large fraction of aerosol particles originates from anthropogenic emissions. To evaluate...
From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 21, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedThe growth rate of atmospheric new particles is a key parameter that determines their survival probability of becoming cloud condensation nuclei and hence their impact on the climate. There have been several methods to...
From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 19, Issue 3) Peer-Reviewed
Gaseous sulfuric acid (H.sub.2 SO.sub.4) is known as one of the key precursors for atmospheric new particle formation (NPF) processes, but its measurement remains challenging. Therefore, a proxy method that is able...
From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 21, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedNew particle formationÃá(NPF) is one of the major sources of atmospheric ultrafine particles. Due to the high aerosol and trace gas concentrations, the mechanism and governing factors for NPF in the polluted atmospheric...
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