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Unformatted text preview: 12.806 / 10.571 Atmospheric Physics & Chemistry Spring 2006 R. Prinn & G. McRae Thursday, 2:30–4:00 PM 12.806 / 10.571 Atmospheric Physics & Chemistry Spring 2006 R. Prinn & G. McRae Thursday, 2:30–4:00 PM- I -#2.8ih5 d Z0.571 AtmosphericPhysics h C h e w Course Outline: Spring 2006 Tuesday and Thursday, 2:30400 PM ! L I L I n ~ u c t i o n , properties of the atmosphere (Prhn, McRae) - .r -, 3 F- , - 9 Combustion sources of stoichiometry 1 4 Chemical thermodynamics / kinetics (McRae) 16 Radiative transfer and photochemistry offcRae) 2 1 Tropospheric chemistry: CO (McRae) 2 3 Tropospheric chemistry: NOx and Ozone (Mc-) 2 8 Tropospheric chemistry: HCHO and Ozone -1 MAR 2 Tropospheric chemistry: Complex Hydrocartx (Mc-1 7 Atmospheric chemistry and transport: continuity equation (Prinn) 9 Atmospheric chemical transport models: continuity equation (contra) (m) 14 Atmospheric chemical tramport models: basic structures (Prinn) (McRae] -' ' 2 1 Tropospheric chemistry: Homogeneous processes...
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