Heterogeneous Atmospheric Chemistry

Heterogeneous Atmospheric Chemistry

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Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Geophysical Monograph Series, Volume 26. In the past few years it has become increasingly clear that heterogeneous, or multiphase, processes play an important role in the atmosphere. Unfortunately the literature on the subject, although now fairly extensive, is still rather dispersed. Furthermore, much of the expertise regarding heterogeneous processes lies in fields not directly related to atmospheric science. Therefore, it seemed desirable to bring together for an exchange of ideas, information, and methodologies the various atmospheric scientists who are actively studying heterogeneous processes as well as other researchers studying similar processes in the context of other fields.Chem., 59, 200-208, 1955 Basolo, F. , and R. C. Johnson, Coordination Chemistry, pp. 164-169, W. A. ... Chang, D. P. Y., and R. C. Hill, Retardation of aqueous droplet evaporation by air pollutants, Atmos. Environ., 14 ... 21, McGraw -Hill, New York, 1958. ... Rahn, K. A., The Chemical Composition of the Atmospheric Aerosol, Technical Report, Grad. School of ... Control, 11(3), 219- 276, 1981. Sleightanbsp;...

Title:Heterogeneous Atmospheric Chemistry
Author: David R. Schryer
Publisher:American Geophysical Union - 1982-01-01

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