Disposal of Dangerous Chemicals in Urban Areas and Mega Cities

Role of Oxides and Acids of Nitrogen in Atmospheric Chemistry


ISBN: 978-94-007-5033-3 (Print) 978-94-007-5034-0 (Online)

Table of contents (26 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-14

    Field Observations of Daytime HONO Chemistry and Its Impact on the OH Radical Budget

  3. Chapter

    Pages 15-28

    NO2 Measurement Techniques: Pitfalls and New Developments

  4. Chapter

    Pages 29-44

    An Overview of Measurement Techniques for Atmospheric Nitrous Acid

  5. Chapter

    Pages 45-58

    Assessment of HONO Measurements: The FIONA Campaign at EUPHORE

  6. Chapter

    Pages 59-75

    State of the Art OH and HO2 Radical Measurement Techniques: An Update

  7. Chapter

    Pages 77-92

    HOx and ROx Radicals in Atmospheric Chemistry

  8. Chapter

    Pages 93-99

    The Exchange of Soil Nitrite and Atmospheric HONO: A Missing Process in the Nitrogen Cycle and Atmospheric Chemistry

  9. Chapter

    Pages 101-113

    Nitrogen Oxides: Vehicle Emissions and Atmospheric Chemistry

  10. Chapter

    Pages 115-124

    Modeling Atmospheric HONO Concentrations on the Regional Scale

  11. Chapter

    Pages 125-138

    Heterogeneous Atmospheric Chemistry of Nitrogen Oxides: New Insights from Recent Field Measurements

  12. Chapter

    Pages 139-150

    VOC Degradation in the Atmosphere by Nanophotocatalysts

  13. Chapter

    Pages 151-162

    Production of the Atmospheric Oxidant Radicals OH and HO2 from the Ozonolysis of Alkenes

  14. Chapter

    Pages 163-171

    Theoretical Investigation of the NO3 Initiated Reaction of VOCs

  15. Chapter

    Pages 173-184

    Measurements of Trace Gases at Saint-Petersburg State University (SPbSU) in the Vicinity of Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  16. Chapter

    Pages 185-193

    Nitro- and Nitro-Oxy-Compounds in Multiphase Particle Chemistry: Field and Analytical Studies

  17. Chapter

    Pages 195-209

    Heterogeneous and Liquid-Phase Reactions of BVOCs with Inorganic Pollutants in the Urban Atmosphere

  18. Chapter

    Pages 211-226

    Chemistry of Organic Sulfates and Nitrates in the Urban Atmosphere

  19. Chapter

    Pages 227-238

    Tracers for Biogenic Secondary Organic Aerosol from α-Pinene and Related Monoterpenes: An Overview

  20. Chapter

    Pages 239-248

    An Ionization Method Based on Photoelectron Induced Thermal Electron Generation: capillary Atmospheric Pressure Electron Capture Ionization (cAPECI)

  21. Chapter

    Pages 249-263

    NOx in Chinese Megacities

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