Trace Atmospheric Constituents: Properties, Transformations, and Fates, Volume 12
Stephen Eugene Schwartz
John Wiley & Sons, 1983 - Technology & Engineering - 547 pages
Describes the transport, transformation, and deposition of atmospheric pollutants. Includes relevant chemical theory and field studies as well as computer modelling methods.
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Rate Expressions for Nitrogen Oxide Reactions
Indirect Measurements of PhaseMixed Kinetics
Direct Measurements of AqueousPhase Kinetics
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