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Catalysis of the Autoxidation of Aquated Sulfur Dioxide by Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Transition Metal Complexes

Boyce, Scott D. and Hoffmann, Michael R. and Hong, Andrew P. and Moberly, Lorraine M. (1984) Catalysis of the Autoxidation of Aquated Sulfur Dioxide by Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Transition Metal Complexes. In: SO₂, NO, and NO₂ oxidation mechanisms : atmospheric considerations. Acid precipitation series. No.3. Butterworth , Boston, pp. 163-211. ISBN 0250405687.

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The relationship between acid precipitation and the fate of sulfur dioxide (SO_2) and nitrogen oxides (NO_x) in the atmosphere has become the subject of intensive study in recent years. Fundamental questions about the multifarious pathways for the chemical transformation of SO_2 and NO_x to oxyacids remain to be answered before a complete description of this complex reaction network can be provided.

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Hoffmann, Michael R.0000-0001-6495-1946
Additional Information:© 1984 Butterworth. The authors acknowledge gratefully the financial support of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (grant R808086-01) and President's Fund/Sloan Foundation Grant administered by the California Institute of Technology. They are also indebted to their colleagues in the air pollution field, P. McMurry, G. Cass, R. Flagan, G. McRae and J. Seinfeld, for their informative discussions on the subject of aerosol chemistry. The aerosol experiments were conducted under the direction of Peter W. McMurry in the Particle Technology Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota.
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Series Name:Acid precipitation series
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