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From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 21, Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedHomogeneous freezing of aqueous solution aerosol particles is an important process for cloud ice formation in the upper troposphere. There the air temperature is low, the ice supersaturation can be high and the...
From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 21, Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedBased on the first measurements of gas-phase pyruvic acid (CH.sub.3 C(O)C(O)OH) in the boreal forest, we derive effective emission rates of pyruvic acid and compare them with monoterpene emission rates over the diel...
From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 21, Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedA total of 22 polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), 29 oxy-PAHs, and 35 nitro-PAHs (polycyclic aromatic compounds, PACs) were measured in gaseous and particulate phases in the ambient air of Longyearbyen, the most...
From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 21, Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedFeedbacks between the climate system and the carbon cycle represent a key source of uncertainty in model projections of Earth's climate, in part due to our inability to directly measure large-scale biosphere-atmosphere...
From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 21, Issue 18) Peer-ReviewedBiomass burning (BB) over Asia is a strong source of carbonaceous aerosols during spring. From ECHAM6-HAMMOZ model simulations and satellite observations, we show that there is an outflow of Asian BB carbonaceous...
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