Effect of particle water on ozone and secondary organic aerosol formation from benzene-NO2-NaCl irradiations
Liquid water content (LWC) can affect the ability in forming O3 and SOA from benzene.
Heterogeneous reaction of N2O5 with H2O(aq) is the major reason for the decrease of O3.
Hydrates from glyoxal were the major contributors to SOA under high LWC conditions.
Wang, Y.; Luo, H.; Jia, L.*; Ge, S. Effect of particle water on ozone and secondary organic aerosol formation from benzene-NO2-NaCl irradiations. Atmos. Environ. 2016, 140, 386–394.
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