• 180 Pages Frost_OSU_AtmChem_5Feb2008
    Frost_OSU_AtmChem_5Feb2008

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    A Measurements-Based Approach to Air Quality Greg Frost Chemical Sciences Division, Earth System Research Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Boulder, CO Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, Universit

  • 36 Pages Frost_OSU_AtmChem_5Feb2008 2pg notes
    Frost_OSU_AtmChem_5Feb2008 2pg Notes

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    A Measurements-Based Approach to Air Quality Greg Frost Chemical Sciences Division, Earth System Research Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Boulder, CO Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, Universit

  • 5 Pages Wk 10 hydrates and stability
    Wk 10 Hydrates And Stability

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    Sulfate Cluster Hydrates What is meant by thermodynamically stable? Tri vs. Tetrahydrate Most Stable: 3 H2O per sulfate oxygen 12 H2O 13 H2O Kinetic versus Thermodynamic Stability G = - RT ln(K) G = H - TS Which species, A or B, is more stabl

  • 20 Pages Wk 5a Kinetics & aerosol resistance model
    Wk 5a Kinetics & Aerosol Resistance Model

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    Kinetics & Atmospheric Chemistry Gas Phase: Elementary vs. Overall Reactions Elementary Reactions that cannot be broken down into two or more simpler reactions Unimolecular, bimolecular, termolecular Bimolecular is the most common Unimolecular

  • 48 Pages Wk 4b Ch 6 VOCs & oxidants
    Wk 4b Ch 6 VOCs & Oxidants

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    Chemistry of the Troposphere several slides donated by: Mitchio Okumura California Institute of Technology RH + OH R + H2O R + O2 + M RO2 + M Photochemical Smog RO2 + NO RO + NO2 NO2 + hv NO + O O + O2 + M O3 + M + particles! Smog in Los

  • 34 Pages Wk 4a trop chem Ch1_part2 2008
    Wk 4a Trop Chem Ch1_part2 2008

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    Tropospheric Chemistry Chemistry of Remote Regions & Chemistry of Polluted Regions The Clean Atmosphere Chemistry of remote regions remote regions have lower NOx emissions = lower [NOx] as compared to polluted regions but all regions of the globe

  • 200 Pages Frost_NOAA_Overview_OSU_4Feb2008
    Frost_NOAA_Overview_OSU_4Feb2008

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    An Overview of Atmospheric Chemistry Research at the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder Greg Frost Chemical Sciences Division, NOAA ESRL, Boulder Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado, Boul

  • 36 Pages Frost_NOAA_Overview_OSU_4Feb2008 2pgnotes
    Frost_NOAA_Overview_OSU_4Feb2008 2pgnotes

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    An Overview of Atmospheric Chemistry Research at the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder Greg Frost Chemical Sciences Division, NOAA ESRL, Boulder Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado, Boul

  • 5 Pages frost ppr Ryerson_Science_2001
    Frost Ppr Ryerson_Science_2001

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    REPORTS Observations of Ozone Formation in Power Plant Plumes and Implications for Ozone Control Strategies T. B. Ryerson,1* M. Trainer,1* J. S. Holloway,1,2 D. D. Parrish,1 L. G. Huey,3 D. T. Sueper,1,2 G. J. Frost,1,2 S. G. Donnelly,4 S. Schauffle

  • 5 Pages frost ppr 2006GL027749
    Frost Ppr 2006GL027749

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    Click Here GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 33, L22812, doi:10.1029/2006GL027749, 2006 Full Article for Satellite-observed U.S. power plant NOx emission reductions and their impact on air quality S.-W. Kim,1,2 A. Heckel,3 S. A. McKeen,1,2 G. J.

  • 4 Pages 2004 solomon the HOLE truth
    2004 Solomon The HOLE Truth

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    commentary The hole truth What's news (and what's not) about the ozone hole. Susan Solomon S. SOLOMON The discovery in 1985 of an unprecedented `hole' in Antarctica's ozone layer heralded the beginning of one of the most influential environmental s

  • 22 Pages 911report_by_MARF
    911report_by_MARF

    School: Ohio State

    Course: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

    The 9-11 World Trade Center Collapse Asbestos Risk Assessment A Call For Action Figure 1: The Towers Under Attack Photo: Aris Economopoulos The Star-Ledger A Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation Report Klaus Brauch Communications Director Nov

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