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Atmos. Meas. Tech., 10, 1519-1537, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-10-1519-2017
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Research article
21 Apr 2017
A new oxidation flow reactor for measuring secondary aerosol formation of rapidly changing emission sources
Pauli Simonen et al.
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Atmospheric particles affect climate, health and visibility, and a large source of these particles is secondary aerosol formation. We developed a new oxidation flow reactor for studying the secondary aerosol formation potential of rapidly changing emission sources. Using laboratory measurements, we show that this flow reactor is suitable for studying the secondary aerosol potential of, for example, light duty vehicle emissions during a transient driving cycle.
Atmospheric particles affect climate, health and visibility, and a large source of these...
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