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Fluoric hydrogen absorption by reservoir surfaces within the influence zone of aluminum plant emissions

Abstract

Fluoric hydrogen absorption by natural water bodies (rain precipitation and reservoir surfaces) is theoretically justified, which is confirmed by the results of system in situ measurements within the influence zone of aluminium plant emissions. The results can be used for estimating the fluoric hydrogen sink to the water surface within the influence zone of aluminium plant emissions.

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Original Russian Text © N.I. Yanchenko, A.N. Baranov, V.V. Bayandin, O.L. Yaskina, V.I. Sedykh, 2011, published in Optica Atmosfery i Okeana.

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Yanchenko, N.I., Baranov, A.N., Bayandin, V.V. et al. Fluoric hydrogen absorption by reservoir surfaces within the influence zone of aluminum plant emissions. Atmos Ocean Opt 24, 385 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1024856011040154

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Keywords

  • Mass Transfer Coefficient
  • Influence Zone
  • Henry Constant
  • Plate Solution
  • Reservoir Surface