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- Asensio, D.; Peñuelas, J.; Prieto, P.; Estiarte, M.; Filella, I.; Llusià, J.
- European journal of soil science 2008 v.59 no.5 pp. 878-891
- acetaldehyde; acetates; acetic acid; acetone; drought; emissions; foliar uptake; inventories; methanol; monoterpenoids; phenology; roots; seasonal variation; shrublands; soil ecology; soil temperature; soil water; volatile organic compounds
- ... Information about soil VOC inventories and exchange rates in different soils is very scarce. Seasonality of soil VOC exchange rates is also largely unknown, despite the increasing interest in some soil volatile compounds, such as monoterpenes, because of their important role in soil ecology. We aimed to explore and quantify soil VOC exchange rates in a Mediterranean shrubland and their seasonality ...
- K. Jardine; G. A. Barron-Gafford; J. P. Norman; L. Abrell; R. K. Monson; K. T. Meyers; M. Pavao-Zuckerman; K. Dontsova; E. Kleist; C. Werner; T. E. Huxman
- Photosynthesis research 2012 v.113 no.1-3 pp. 321-333
- acetaldehyde; acetates; acetic acid; acetone; acetyl coenzyme A; branches; ethanol; fatty acid metabolism; leaves; metabolites; photophase; photosynthesis; stress response
- ... Green leaf volatiles (GLVs) are a diverse group of fatty acid-derived compounds emitted by all plants and are involved in a wide variety of developmental and stress-related biological functions. Recently, GLV emission bursts from leaves were reported following light–dark transitions and hypothesized to be related to the stress response while acetaldehyde bursts were hypothesized to be due to the ‘ ...
- Huang Yanping; Dong Xiuqin; Yu Yingzhe; Zhang Minhua
- The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2017 v.121 no.48 pp. 26733-26741
- Monte Carlo method; acetaldehyde; acetates; acetic acid; acetone; adsorption; byproducts; carbon; carbon dioxide; catalysts; decarboxylation; ethylene; gold; hydrogen; methane; methanol; methodology; palladium; vinyl acetate
- ... Acetic acid decomposition on Pd(100) and Pd/Au(100) during vinyl acetate (VA) synthesis from ethylene acetoxylation is the primary source of such undesirable byproducts as methanol (CH₃OH), acetaldehyde (CH₃CHO), ketene (CH₂CO), acetone (CH₃COCH₃), and methane (CH₄), and also one possible source of surface carbon formation, which will lead to the deactivation of the catalyst. In this work, density ...