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- Wernis, Rebecca A., et al. Show all 16 Authors
- Environmental science 2018 v.20 no.11 pp. 1546-1558
- aerosols; dry season; emissions; environmental science; forests; isoprene; mass spectrometry; organic matter; photooxidation; sulfates; sulfur dioxide; urban areas; wet season; Amazonia; Brazil
- ... Organosulfates are formed in the atmosphere from reactions between reactive organic compounds (such as oxidation products of isoprene) and acidic sulfate aerosol. Here we investigated speciated organosulfates in an area typically downwind of the city of Manaus situated in the Amazon forest in Brazil during “GoAmazon2014/5” in both the wet season (February–March) and dry season (August–October). We ...
- Wernis, Rebecca, et al. Show all 23 Authors
- Environmental Science & Technology 2016 v.50 no.18 pp. 9952-9962
- environmental factors; gases; isoprene; models; oxidation; polyols; temperature; tracer techniques; Amazonia; Southeastern United States
- ... Exchange of atmospheric organic compounds between gas and particle phases is important in the production and chemistry of particle-phase mass but is poorly understood due to a lack of simultaneous measurements in both phases of individual compounds. Measurements of particle- and gas-phase organic compounds are reported here for the southeastern United States and central Amazonia. Polyols formed fr ...