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Rapid cycling of reactive nitrogen in the marine boundary layer
Ye, C.; Zhou, X.; Pu, D.; Stutz, J.; Festa, J.; Spolaor, M.; Tsai, C.; Cantrell, C.; Mauldin, R.L.; Campos, T.; Weinheimer, A.; Hornbrook, R.S.; Apel, E.C.; Guenther, A.; Kaser, L.; Yuan, B.; Karl, T.; Haggerty, J.; Hall, S.; Ullmann, K.; Smith, J.N.; Ortega, J.; Knote, C. (2016). Rapid cycling of reactive nitrogen in the marine boundary layer. Nature (Lond.) 532(7600): 489–491.
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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  • Ye, C.
  • Zhou, X.
  • Pu, D.
  • Stutz, J.
  • Festa, J.
  • Spolaor, M.
  • Tsai, C.
  • Cantrell, C.
  • Mauldin, R.L.
  • Campos, T.
  • Weinheimer, A.
  • Hornbrook, R.S.
  • Apel, E.C.
  • Guenther, A.
  • Kaser, L.
  • Yuan, B.
  • Karl, T.
  • Haggerty, J.
  • Hall, S.
  • Ullmann, K.
  • Smith, J.N.
  • Ortega, J.
  • Knote, C.

    Aircraft measurements, laboratory photolysis experiments and modelling calculations reveal a mechanism for the recycling of nitric acid into nitrogen oxides; this enables observations to be reconciled with model studies, and suggests that particulate nitrate photolysis could be a substantial tropospheric nitrogen oxide source.

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