Exploring NOy chemistry in levitated aqueous aerosol droplets
Pfrang, C., King, M.D. and Hunt, O.R., (2009) Exploring NOy chemistry in levitated aqueous aerosol droplets. Central Laser Facility. Report. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell.
Chemistry of reactive nitrogen oxides, NOy, is crucial for our understanding of composition and properties of the Earth’s atmosphere. The proof-of-principle experiments demonstrated that we are able to study the atmospheric fate of nitrogen oxides that has significant impact on global climate and hydrological cycle, thus affecting the likelihood of local floods and acid rain.
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