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https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-14-11853-2014
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-14-11853-2014
Research article
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12 Nov 2014
Research article |  | 12 Nov 2014

Biogenic SOA formation through gas-phase oxidation and gas-to-particle partitioning – a comparison between process models of varying complexity

E. Hermansson, P. Roldin, A. Rusanen, D. Mogensen, N. Kivekäs, R. Väänänen, M. Boy, and E. Swietlicki

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Secondary organic aerosols (SOA), produced through oxidation processes, constitute a large part of the global organic aerosol load and affect the climate. We found that the modeled mass of SOA was highly dependent on how the oxidation processes were explained in models. The results indicated that it was especially important to get the volatility distribution of the products from the first oxidation step right and that fragmentation during the oxidation process played an important role.
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