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    1. Ullerstam, M; Ljungstrom, E; Langer, S
      Reactions of acrolein, crotonaldehyde and pivalaldehyde with Cl atoms: structure-activity relationship and comparison with OH and NO3 reactions

      PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
    2. Nguyen, HTH; Takenaka, N; Bandow, H; Maeda, Y; de Oliva, ST; Botelho, MMF; Tavares, TM
      Atmospheric alcohols and aldehydes concentrations measured in Osaka, Japanand in Sao Paulo, Brazil

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    3. Simon, V; Luchetta, L; Torres, L
      Estimating the emission of volatile organic compounds (VOC) from the French forest ecosystem

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    4. Williams, J; Poschl, U; Crutzen, PJ; Hansel, A; Holzinger, R; Warneke, C; Lindinger, W; Lelieveld, J
      An atmospheric chemistry interpretation of mass scans obtained from a proton transfer mass spectrometer flown over the tropical rainforest of Surinam

      JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY
    5. Baker, B; Guenther, A; Greenberg, J; Fall, R
      Canopy level fluxes of 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol, acetone, and methanol by a portable relaxed eddy accumulation system

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    6. Doskey, PV; Bialk, HM
      Automated sampler for the measurement of non-methane organic compounds

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    7. Noda, J; Hallquist, M; Langer, S; Ljungstrom, E
      Products from the gas-phase reaction of some unsaturated alcohols with nitrate radicals

      PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
    8. Kiendler, A; Aberle, S; Arnold, F
      Positive ion chemistry in the exhaust plumes of an air craft jet engine and a burner: investigations with a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    9. Schade, GW; Goldstein, AH; Gray, DW; Lerdau, MT
      Canopy and leaf level 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol fluxes from a ponderosa pine plantation

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    10. Fukui, Y; Doskey, PV
      Identification of nonmethane organic compound emissions from grassland vegetation

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    11. Trainer, M; Parrish, DD; Goldan, PD; Roberts, J; Fehsenfeld, FC
      Review of observation-based analysis of the regional factors influencing ozone concentrations

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    12. Guenther, A; Geron, C; Pierce, T; Lamb, B; Harley, P; Fall, R
      Natural emissions of non-methane volatile organic compounds; carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen from North America

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    13. Ciric, AR; Mumtaz, HS; Corbett, G; Reagan, M; Seider, WD; Fabiano, LA; Kolesar, DM; Widagdo, S
      Azeotropic distillation with an internal decanter

      COMPUTERS & CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    14. De Gouw, JA; Howard, CJ; Custer, TG; Baker, BM; Fall, R
      Proton-transfer chemical-ionization mass spectrometry allows real-time analysis of volatile organic compounds released from cutting and drying of crops

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    15. Nguyen, HTH; Takenaka, N; Bandow, H; Maeda, Y
      Flow analysis method for determining the concentration of methanol and ethanol in the gas phase using the nitrite formation reaction

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Baraldi, R; Rapparini, F; Rossi, F; Latella, A; Ciccioli, P
      Volatile organic compound emissions from flowers of the most occurring andeconomically important species of fruit trees

      PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF THE EARTH PART B-HYDROLOGY OCEANS AND ATMOSPHERE
    17. Alvarado, A; Tuazon, EC; Aschmann, SM; Arey, J; Atkinson, R
      Products and mechanisms of the gas-phase reactions of OH radicals and O-3 with 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    18. Zhang, QH; Birgersson, G; Zhu, JW; Lofstedt, C; Lofqvist, J; Schlyter, F
      Leaf volatiles from nonhost deciduous trees: Variation by tree species, season and temperature, and electrophysiological activity in Ips typographus

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    19. Helmig, D; Klinger, LF; Guenther, A; Vierling, L; Geron, C; Zimmerman, P
      Biogenic volatile organic compound emissions (BVOCs) I. Identifications from three continental sites in the US

      CHEMOSPHERE
    20. Nguyen, HTH; Fujio, Y; Takenaka, N; Bandow, H; Maeda, Y
      A new method for determining the concentration of atmospheric alcohols using the nitrite formation reaction

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    21. Ciccioli, P; Brancaleoni, E; Frattoni, M; Di Palo, V; Valentini, R; Tirone, G; Seufert, G; Bertin, N; Hansen, U; Csiky, O; Lenz, R; Sharma, M
      Emission of reactive terpene compounds from orange orchards and their removal by within-canopy processes

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    22. Griffin, RJ; Cocker, DR; Flagan, RC; Seinfeld, JH
      Organic aerosol formation from the oxidation of biogenic hydrocarbons

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    23. Yokelson, RJ; Goode, JG; Ward, DE; Susott, RA; Babbitt, RE; Wade, DD; Bertschi, I; Griffith, DWT; Hao, WM
      Emissions of formaldehyde, acetic acid, methanol, and other trace gases from biomass fires in North Carolina measured by airborne Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    24. Goode, JG; Yokelson, RJ; Susott, RA; Ward, DE
      Trace gas emissions from laboratory biomass fires measured by open-path Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy: Fires in grass and surface fuels

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    25. Reissell, A; Harry, C; Aschmann, SM; Atkinson, R; Arey, J
      Formation of acetone from the OH radical- and O-3-initiated reactions of aseries of monoterpenes

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    26. Reiner, T; Mohler, O; Arnold, F
      Measurements of acetone, acetic acid, and formic acid in the northern midlatitude upper troposphere and lower stratosphere

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    27. FANTECHI G; JENSEN NR; HJORTH J; PEETERS J
      MECHANISTIC STUDIES OF THE ATMOSPHERIC OXIDATION OF METHYL BUTENOL BYOH RADICALS, OZONE AND NO3 RADICALS

      Atmospheric environment
    28. LECALVE S; HITIER D; LEBRAS G; MELLOUKI A
      KINETIC-STUDIES OF OH REACTIONS WITH A SERIES OF KETONES

      The journal of physical chemistry. A, Molecules, spectroscopy, kinetics, environment, & general theory
    29. Wedel, A; Muller, KP; Ratte, M; Rudolph, J
      Measurements of volatile organic compounds (VOC) during POPCORN 1994: Applying a new on-line GC-MS-technique

      JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY
    30. WANG YH; JACOB DJ; LOGAN JA
      GLOBAL SIMULATION OF TROPOSPHERIC O-3-NOX-HYDROCARBON CHEMISTRY 1 - MODEL FORMULATION

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    31. HARLEY P; FRIDDSTROUD V; GREENBERG J; GUENTHER A; VASCONCELLOS P
      EMISSION OF 2-METHYL-3-BUTEN-2-OL BY PINES - A POTENTIALLY LARGE NATURAL SOURCE OF REACTIVE CARBON TO THE ATMOSPHERE

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    32. ASCHMANN SM; REISSELL A; ATKINSON R; AREY J
      PRODUCTS OF THE GAS-PHASE REACTIONS OF THE OH RADICAL WITH ALPHA-PINENE AND BETA-PINENE IN THE PRESENCE OF NO

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    33. HELMIG D; GREENBERG J; GUENTHER A; ZIMMERMAN P; GERON C
      VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS AND ISOPRENE OXIDATION-PRODUCTS AT A TEMPERATE DECIDUOUS FOREST SITE

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    34. FUKUI Y; DOSKEY PV
      AIR-SURFACE EXCHANGE OF NONMETHANE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS AT A GRASSLAND SITE - SEASONAL-VARIATIONS AND STRESSED EMISSIONS

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    35. ASCHMANN SM; SHU YH; AREY J; ATKINSON R
      PRODUCTS OF THE GAS-PHASE REACTIONS OF CIS-3-HEXEN-1-OL WITH OH RADICALS AND O-3

      Atmospheric environment
    36. PUXBAUM H; KONIG G
      OBSERVATION OF DIPROPENYLDISULFIDE AND OTHER ORGANIC SULFUR-COMPOUNDSIN THE ATMOSPHERE OF A BEECH FOREST WITH ALLIUM-URSINUM GROUND COVER

      Atmospheric environment
    37. LARSEN B; BOMBOIMINGARRO T; BRANCALEONI E; CALOGIROU A; CECINATO A; COEUR C; CHATZIANESTIS I; DUANE M; FRATTONI M; FUGIT JL; HANSEN U; JACOB V; MIMIKOS N; HOFFMANN T; OWEN S; PEREZPASTOR R; REICHMANN A; SEUFERT G; STAUDT M; STEINBRECHER R
      SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF TERPENES IN AIR - AN INTERLABORATORY COMPARISON

      Atmospheric environment
    38. SATO K; FUJIMOTO T; KANAI S; KINTAICHI Y; INABA M; HANEDA M; HAMADA H
      CATALYTIC PERFORMANCE OF SILVER ION-EXCHANGED SAPONITE FOR THE SELECTIVE REDUCTION OF NITROGEN MONOXIDE IN THE PRESENCE OF EXCESS OXYGEN

      Applied catalysis. B, Environmental
    39. SCHUH G; HEIDEN AC; HOFFMANN T; KAHL J; ROCKEL P; RUDOLPH J; WILDT J
      EMISSIONS OF VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS FROM SUNFLOWER AND BEECH - DEPENDENCE ON TEMPERATURE AND LIGHT-INTENSITY

      Journal of atmospheric chemistry
    40. JAEGLE L; JACOB DJ; WENNBERG PO; SPIVAKOVSKY CM; HANISCO TF; LANZENDORF EJ; HINTSA EJ; FAHEY DW; KEIM ER; PROFFITT MH; ATLAS EL; FLOCKE F; SCHAUFFLER S; MCELROY CT; MIDWINTER C; PFISTER L; WILSON JC
      OBSERVED OH AND HO2 IN THE UPPER TROPOSPHERE SUGGEST A MAJOR SOURCE FROM CONVECTIVE INJECTION OF PEROXIDES

      Geophysical research letters
    41. YOKELSON RJ; SUSOTT R; WARD DE; REARDON J; GRIFFITH DWT
      EMISSIONS FROM SMOLDERING COMBUSTION OF BIOMASS MEASURED BY OPEN-PATHFOURIER-TRANSFORM INFRARED-SPECTROSCOPY

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    42. BARTULEWICZ J; BARTULEWICZ E; GAWLOWSKI J; NIEDZIELSKI J
      SAMPLING OF ALCOHOLS, ETHERS, ESTERS AND KETONES IN EMISSIONS FOR GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHIC DETERMINATION

      Chemia Analityczna
    43. JACOB DJ; HEIKES BG; FAN SM; LOGAN JA; MAUZERALL DL; BRADSHAW JD; SINGH HB; GREGORY GL; TALBOT RW; BLAKE DR; SACHSE GW
      ORIGIN OF OZONE AND NOX IN THE TROPICAL TROPOSPHERE - A PHOTOCHEMICALANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT OBSERVATIONS OVER THE SOUTH-ATLANTIC BASIN

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES


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