Some Fundamental Aspects of Photochemistry and Photochemical Air Pollution
The purpose of the following notes is to present in general form some principles of photochemistry and discuss some examples of photochemistry and discuss some examples of their applications to the problem of photochemical air pollution. Literature references are to be found at the end of these notes.
KeywordsPrimary Process Nitrogen Dioxide Photochemical Process Aliphatic Aldehyde Photophysical Process
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