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Photo-oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons Produces Low-Volatility Organic Compounds

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Photo-oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons Produces Low-Volatility Organic Compounds. / Wang, Mingyi; Chen, Dexian; Xiao, Mao; Ye, Qing; Stolzenburg, Dominik; Hofbauer, Victoria; Ye, Penglin; Vogel, Alexander L.; Mauldin, Roy L.; Amorim, Antonio; Baccarini, Andrea; Baumgartner, Bernhard; Brilke, Sophia; Dada, Lubna; Dias, António; Duplissy, Jonathan; Finkenzeller, Henning; Garmash, Olga; He, Xu Cheng; Hoyle, Christopher R.; Kim, Changhyuk; Kvashnin, Alexander; Lehtipalo, Katrianne; Fischer, Lukas; Molteni, Ugo; Petäjä, Tuukka; Pospisilova, Veronika; Quéléver, Lauriane L.J.; Rissanen, Matti; Simon, Mario; Tauber, Christian; Tomé, António; Wagner, Andrea C.; Weitz, Lena; Volkamer, Rainer; Winkler, Paul M.; Kirkby, Jasper; Worsnop, Douglas R.; Kulmala, Markku; Baltensperger, Urs; Dommen, Josef; El-Haddad, Imad; Donahue, Neil M.

julkaisussa: Environmental Science and Technology, Vuosikerta 54, Nro 13, 2020, s. 7911-7921.

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Harvard

Wang, M, Chen, D, Xiao, M, Ye, Q, Stolzenburg, D, Hofbauer, V, Ye, P, Vogel, AL, Mauldin, RL, Amorim, A, Baccarini, A, Baumgartner, B, Brilke, S, Dada, L, Dias, A, Duplissy, J, Finkenzeller, H, Garmash, O, He, XC, Hoyle, CR, Kim, C, Kvashnin, A, Lehtipalo, K, Fischer, L, Molteni, U, Petäjä, T, Pospisilova, V, Quéléver, LLJ, Rissanen, M, Simon, M, Tauber, C, Tomé, A, Wagner, AC, Weitz, L, Volkamer, R, Winkler, PM, Kirkby, J, Worsnop, DR, Kulmala, M, Baltensperger, U, Dommen, J, El-Haddad, I & Donahue, NM 2020, 'Photo-oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons Produces Low-Volatility Organic Compounds', Environmental Science and Technology, Vuosikerta. 54, Nro 13, Sivut 7911-7921. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.0c02100

APA

Wang, M., Chen, D., Xiao, M., Ye, Q., Stolzenburg, D., Hofbauer, V., ... Donahue, N. M. (2020). Photo-oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons Produces Low-Volatility Organic Compounds. Environmental Science and Technology, 54(13), 7911-7921. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.0c02100

Vancouver

Wang M, Chen D, Xiao M, Ye Q, Stolzenburg D, Hofbauer V et al. Photo-oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons Produces Low-Volatility Organic Compounds. Environmental Science and Technology. 2020;54(13):7911-7921. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.0c02100

Author

Wang, Mingyi ; Chen, Dexian ; Xiao, Mao ; Ye, Qing ; Stolzenburg, Dominik ; Hofbauer, Victoria ; Ye, Penglin ; Vogel, Alexander L. ; Mauldin, Roy L. ; Amorim, Antonio ; Baccarini, Andrea ; Baumgartner, Bernhard ; Brilke, Sophia ; Dada, Lubna ; Dias, António ; Duplissy, Jonathan ; Finkenzeller, Henning ; Garmash, Olga ; He, Xu Cheng ; Hoyle, Christopher R. ; Kim, Changhyuk ; Kvashnin, Alexander ; Lehtipalo, Katrianne ; Fischer, Lukas ; Molteni, Ugo ; Petäjä, Tuukka ; Pospisilova, Veronika ; Quéléver, Lauriane L.J. ; Rissanen, Matti ; Simon, Mario ; Tauber, Christian ; Tomé, António ; Wagner, Andrea C. ; Weitz, Lena ; Volkamer, Rainer ; Winkler, Paul M. ; Kirkby, Jasper ; Worsnop, Douglas R. ; Kulmala, Markku ; Baltensperger, Urs ; Dommen, Josef ; El-Haddad, Imad ; Donahue, Neil M. / Photo-oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons Produces Low-Volatility Organic Compounds. Julkaisussa: Environmental Science and Technology. 2020 ; Vuosikerta 54, Nro 13. Sivut 7911-7921.

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title = "Photo-oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons Produces Low-Volatility Organic Compounds",
abstract = "To better understand the role of aromatic hydrocarbons in new-particle formation, we measured the particle-phase abundance and volatility of oxidation products following the reaction of aromatic hydrocarbons with OH radicals. For this we used thermal desorption in an iodide-adduct Time-of-Flight Chemical-Ionization Mass Spectrometer equipped with a Filter Inlet for Gases and AEROsols (FIGAERO-ToF-CIMS). The particle-phase volatility measurements confirm that oxidation products of toluene and naphthalene can contribute to the initial growth of newly formed particles. Toluene-derived (C7) oxidation products have a similar volatility distribution to that of α-pinene-derived (C10) oxidation products, while naphthalene-derived (C10) oxidation products are much less volatile than those from toluene or α-pinene; they are thus stronger contributors to growth. Rapid progression through multiple generations of oxidation is more pronounced in toluene and naphthalene than in α-pinene, resulting in more oxidation but also favoring functional groups with much lower volatility per added oxygen atom, such as hydroxyl and carboxylic groups instead of hydroperoxide groups. Under conditions typical of polluted urban settings, naphthalene may well contribute to nucleation and the growth of the smallest particles, whereas the more abundant alkyl benzenes may overtake naphthalene once the particles have grown beyond the point where the Kelvin effect strongly influences the condensation driving force.",
author = "Mingyi Wang and Dexian Chen and Mao Xiao and Qing Ye and Dominik Stolzenburg and Victoria Hofbauer and Penglin Ye and Vogel, {Alexander L.} and Mauldin, {Roy L.} and Antonio Amorim and Andrea Baccarini and Bernhard Baumgartner and Sophia Brilke and Lubna Dada and Ant{\'o}nio Dias and Jonathan Duplissy and Henning Finkenzeller and Olga Garmash and He, {Xu Cheng} and Hoyle, {Christopher R.} and Changhyuk Kim and Alexander Kvashnin and Katrianne Lehtipalo and Lukas Fischer and Ugo Molteni and Tuukka Pet{\"a}j{\"a} and Veronika Pospisilova and Qu{\'e}l{\'e}ver, {Lauriane L.J.} and Matti Rissanen and Mario Simon and Christian Tauber and Ant{\'o}nio Tom{\'e} and Wagner, {Andrea C.} and Lena Weitz and Rainer Volkamer and Winkler, {Paul M.} and Jasper Kirkby and Worsnop, {Douglas R.} and Markku Kulmala and Urs Baltensperger and Josef Dommen and Imad El-Haddad and Donahue, {Neil M.}",
year = "2020",
doi = "10.1021/acs.est.0c02100",
language = "English",
volume = "54",
pages = "7911--7921",
journal = "Environmental Science and Technology",
issn = "0013-936X",
publisher = "American Chemical Society",
number = "13",

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RIS (suitable for import to EndNote) - Lataa

TY - JOUR

T1 - Photo-oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons Produces Low-Volatility Organic Compounds

AU - Wang, Mingyi

AU - Chen, Dexian

AU - Xiao, Mao

AU - Ye, Qing

AU - Stolzenburg, Dominik

AU - Hofbauer, Victoria

AU - Ye, Penglin

AU - Vogel, Alexander L.

AU - Mauldin, Roy L.

AU - Amorim, Antonio

AU - Baccarini, Andrea

AU - Baumgartner, Bernhard

AU - Brilke, Sophia

AU - Dada, Lubna

AU - Dias, António

AU - Duplissy, Jonathan

AU - Finkenzeller, Henning

AU - Garmash, Olga

AU - He, Xu Cheng

AU - Hoyle, Christopher R.

AU - Kim, Changhyuk

AU - Kvashnin, Alexander

AU - Lehtipalo, Katrianne

AU - Fischer, Lukas

AU - Molteni, Ugo

AU - Petäjä, Tuukka

AU - Pospisilova, Veronika

AU - Quéléver, Lauriane L.J.

AU - Rissanen, Matti

AU - Simon, Mario

AU - Tauber, Christian

AU - Tomé, António

AU - Wagner, Andrea C.

AU - Weitz, Lena

AU - Volkamer, Rainer

AU - Winkler, Paul M.

AU - Kirkby, Jasper

AU - Worsnop, Douglas R.

AU - Kulmala, Markku

AU - Baltensperger, Urs

AU - Dommen, Josef

AU - El-Haddad, Imad

AU - Donahue, Neil M.

PY - 2020

Y1 - 2020

N2 - To better understand the role of aromatic hydrocarbons in new-particle formation, we measured the particle-phase abundance and volatility of oxidation products following the reaction of aromatic hydrocarbons with OH radicals. For this we used thermal desorption in an iodide-adduct Time-of-Flight Chemical-Ionization Mass Spectrometer equipped with a Filter Inlet for Gases and AEROsols (FIGAERO-ToF-CIMS). The particle-phase volatility measurements confirm that oxidation products of toluene and naphthalene can contribute to the initial growth of newly formed particles. Toluene-derived (C7) oxidation products have a similar volatility distribution to that of α-pinene-derived (C10) oxidation products, while naphthalene-derived (C10) oxidation products are much less volatile than those from toluene or α-pinene; they are thus stronger contributors to growth. Rapid progression through multiple generations of oxidation is more pronounced in toluene and naphthalene than in α-pinene, resulting in more oxidation but also favoring functional groups with much lower volatility per added oxygen atom, such as hydroxyl and carboxylic groups instead of hydroperoxide groups. Under conditions typical of polluted urban settings, naphthalene may well contribute to nucleation and the growth of the smallest particles, whereas the more abundant alkyl benzenes may overtake naphthalene once the particles have grown beyond the point where the Kelvin effect strongly influences the condensation driving force.

AB - To better understand the role of aromatic hydrocarbons in new-particle formation, we measured the particle-phase abundance and volatility of oxidation products following the reaction of aromatic hydrocarbons with OH radicals. For this we used thermal desorption in an iodide-adduct Time-of-Flight Chemical-Ionization Mass Spectrometer equipped with a Filter Inlet for Gases and AEROsols (FIGAERO-ToF-CIMS). The particle-phase volatility measurements confirm that oxidation products of toluene and naphthalene can contribute to the initial growth of newly formed particles. Toluene-derived (C7) oxidation products have a similar volatility distribution to that of α-pinene-derived (C10) oxidation products, while naphthalene-derived (C10) oxidation products are much less volatile than those from toluene or α-pinene; they are thus stronger contributors to growth. Rapid progression through multiple generations of oxidation is more pronounced in toluene and naphthalene than in α-pinene, resulting in more oxidation but also favoring functional groups with much lower volatility per added oxygen atom, such as hydroxyl and carboxylic groups instead of hydroperoxide groups. Under conditions typical of polluted urban settings, naphthalene may well contribute to nucleation and the growth of the smallest particles, whereas the more abundant alkyl benzenes may overtake naphthalene once the particles have grown beyond the point where the Kelvin effect strongly influences the condensation driving force.

U2 - 10.1021/acs.est.0c02100

DO - 10.1021/acs.est.0c02100

M3 - Article

VL - 54

SP - 7911

EP - 7921

JO - Environmental Science and Technology

JF - Environmental Science and Technology

SN - 0013-936X

IS - 13

ER -