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Published March 20, 1994 | Published
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Ozone productivity of atmospheric organics


A technique is developed to determine the amount of ozone and other products, such as nitric acid and peroxyacetylnitrate (PAN), generated by the individual organic components of a complex atmospheric organic/NOₓ mixture. The technique is applied to the SAPRC 90 photochemical mechanism to study the individual contributions of carbonyls, aromatics, alkanes, alkenes, and carbon monoxide to ozone, nitric acid, PAN, and free radical production at varying organic to NOₓ ratios typical of atmospheric conditions.

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This work was supported by the Coordinating Research Council and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

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Published - Journal_of_Geophysical_Research_Atmospheres_-_20_March_1994_-_Bowman_-_Ozone_productivity_of_atmospheric_organics.pdf



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