Emissions of Ozone Precursors

  • Stefan Reis
  • Rainer Friedrich


A brief introduction into the sources of ozone precursor emissions has already been given in Sect. 2.1.2. A detailed analysis of these sectors will be conducted in the following sections, providing the basis for the selection of suitable abatement measures and being used for the projection of a future emission development.


Combustion Furnace Dioxide Europe Petroleum 


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  • Stefan Reis
  • Rainer Friedrich

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