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Author NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Environmental Simulation Chambers: Application to Atmospheric Chemical Processes (2004 : Zakopane, Poland)

Title Environmental simulation chambers : application to atmospheric chemical processes / edited by Ian Barnes and Krzysztof J. Rudzinski
Published Dordrecht : Springer, [2006]
©2006
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 457 pages) : illustrations
Series NATO science series. Series IV, Earth and environmental series ; vol. 62
NATO science series. Series IV, Earth and environmental sciences ; v. 62
Contents Note continued: Atmospheric oxidation of the chlorinated solvents, 1,1,1-trichloroethane, trichloroethane and tetrachloroethene / L. Nolan / A.-L. Guihur / M. Manning / H. Sidebottom -- Simulation chamber study of the oxidation of acetic acid by OH radicals : detection of reaction products by CW-CRDS in the near-infrared range / S. Crunaire / C. Fittschen / B. Lemoine / A. Tomas / P. Coddeville -- Kinetics, products and mechanisms of O([superscript 3]P) atom reactions with alkyl iodides / I. Barnes -- Kinetics of the reaction between CF[subscript 2]O and CH[subscript 3]OH / M.A. Burgos Paci / G.A. Argilello -- New kinetic and spectroscopic measurements in the CF[subscript 3]O[subscript x] + NO[subscript x] system / M.S. Chiappero / F.E. Malanca / G.A. Arguello / S. Nishida / K. Takahashi / Y. Matsumi / M.D. Hurley / T.J. Wallington -- Kinetic study of the temperature dependence of the OH initiated oxidation of dimethyl sulphide / M. Albu / I. Barnes / R. Mocanu -- Environmental chamber studies of ozone formation potentials of volatile organic compounds / W.P.L. Carter -- Evaluation of he detailed tropospheric chemical mechanism, MCM v3, using environmental chamber data : butane and its degradation products / P.G. Pinho / C.A. Pio / M.E. Jenkin -- Studies on nitrate-affected SO[subscript 2] oxidation and their perspectives / W. Pasiuk-Bronikowska / T. Bronikowski -- Heterogeneous and aqueous-phase transformations of isoprene / K.J. Rudzinski -- Investigation of atmospheric transformation of diesel emissions in the European photoreactor (EUPHORE) / B. Zielinska / J. Sagebiel / W. Stockwell / J. McDonald / J.-C. Seagrave / P. Wiesen / K. Wirtz -- Investigation of real car exhaust in environmental simulation chambers : results from he INFORMATEX and DIFUSO projects / P. Wiesen -- EUROCHAMP integrated infrastructure initiative / P. Wiesen
Note continued: Survey on atmospheric chemistry research in some new EU member states and candidate countries / E. Batchvarova / T. Spassova / N. Valkov / L. Iordanova -- New measurements of NMVOC concentrations in the city air of Wuppertal, Germany : input data for chemical mass balance modelling / A. Niedojadlo / K.H. Becker / R. Kurtenbach / P. Wiesen -- Surface and total ozone over Bulgaria / S. Kolev / V. Grigorieva -- Heavy metals pollution : an everlasting problem / R. Mocanu / S. Cucu-Man / E. Steinnes -- Atmospheric wet deposition monitoring in Iasi, Romania / C. Arsene / N. Mihalopoulos / R.-I. Olariu / M. Duncianu -- Problems of air quality in Tashkent City / G.A. Tolkacheva -- Precipitation quality in different zones of the Tashkent region in relation to photo-chemical reactions / T. Smirnova / G. Tolkacheva -- Influence of atmospheric aerosol contamination on the regional climate in Central Asia / B.B. Chen / V.M. Lelevkin -- Assessment of air pollution and ecosystem buffer capacity in the industrial regions of Ukraine / M.M. Kharytonov / L.B. Anisimova / N.P. Gritsan / A.P. Babiy
Summary Atmospheric pollution has many different detrimental impacts on air quality at urban, regional and global scales. Large volume photoreactors (often referred to as smog or simulation chambers) have been used very effectively to investigate and understand many varied aspects of atmospheric chemistry related to air pollution problems. Photochemical smog formation, which was first observed around 1945 in Los Angeles, is now a major environmental problem for all industrialised and densely populated regions of the world. Over the years many different modelling and experimental tools have been developed to analyse and simulate the complex chemical processes associated with tropspheric photooxidant formation. Work in environmental chambers has played a key role in the development of our understanding of the atmospheric chemistry associated with pollution problems on local, regional and global scales. Chamber observations have also been used in connection with environmental policy issues. In general they are used for validation of atmospheric chemical models, studies of chemical reaction mechanisms and as a direct means to test the possible impact of specific chemical compounds on air quality under simulated ambient conditions New large smog chamber installations have been recently developed in the US (Riverside, California), Europe (Jülich, Germany) and Japan, and a large number of smaller scale laboratory chambers are in operation around the world. Over the years there have been numerous new technical developments related to environmental chamber facilities such as the design of the chambers (e. g
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Subject Atmospheric chemistry -- Environmental aspects -- Simulation methods -- Congresses.
Air -- Pollution -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Barnes, I. (Ian) (Physical chemist)
Rudzinski, Krzysztof J.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Public Diplomacy Division.
LC no. 2006296672
ISBN 1402042302 (Cloth)
1402042310 (Paper)
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9781402042300 (Cloth)
9781402042317 (Paper)
9781402042324
9786610624874