Industrial Chemistry: New Applications, Processes and by Harold H. Trimm, William Hunter Jr.

By Harold H. Trimm, William Hunter Jr.

This assortment provides to the reader a large spectrum of chapters within the a variety of branches of commercial chemistry, which show key advancements in those swiftly altering fields.

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Because of its large emissions, the Tula industrial complex is thought to affect air quality in the MCMA. Since the early 2000’s, the atmospheric monitoring network of the MCMA, has been reporting unusual high SO2 concentrations during night time at the northern part of the MCMA. 13 ppm 24 h-average). It has not been possible to attribute this to irregular operations of industries located in the surrounding area. For this reason, it has been questioned whether the Tula © 2011 by Apple Academic Press, Inc.

And Sive, B. : Long Term Measurements of Nonmethane Hydrocarbons and Halocarbons in New Hampshire (2004–2008): Seasonal Variations and Regional Sources, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , in preparation, 2008. 22. Schauer, J. , Fraser, M. , Cass, G. , and Simoneit, B. R. : Source reconciliation of atmospheric gas phase and particle phase pollutants during a severe photochemical smog episode, Environ. Sci. , 36, 3806–3814, 2002. 23. Singh, H. , Salas, L. , Cantrell, B. , and Redmond, R. : Distribution of aromatic hydrocarbons in the ambient air, Atmos.

The instrument is referred to as mini-DOAS due to its small size and low weight. , 2002). The spectrometers used in this study have a spectral © 2011 by Apple Academic Press, Inc. 6 nanometers (nm) and spectral range of 280– 420 nm for SO and 336–480 nm for NO . , 2008, 2009). A general spectral evaluation procedure was applied to every spectrum collected during a traverse, starting with dark current correction of every recorded spectrum, division with a “clean-air” reference spectrum, the application of a high pass filter to separate broad and narrow band spectral structures and finally a logarithm of the spectrum.

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