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Published November 1987 | public
Journal Article

Continued development of a general equilibrium model for inorganic multicomponent atmospheric aerosols

Abstract

A model is presented that predicts the total quantities of ammonium, chloride, nitrate and water contained in atmospheric aerosols, their physical state and their distribution among aerosol particles of different sizes. The model is based on the thermodynamic equilibrium calculation of the ammonium/chloride/nitrate/sodium/sulfate/water system. The existence of water in the aerosol phase at low relative humidities is shown to be explained. Observed aerosol concentrations at Long Beach, California during 30–31 August 1982 are successfully predicted.

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© 1987 Published by Elsevier. his work was supported by the State of California Air Resources Board Agreement A4-146-32.

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