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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Atmospheric Oxidation Products of Terpenes. A New Nomenclature.LAHANIATI Maria; CALOGIROU AggelosArticles in Journals
1996Decomposition of Terpenes by Ozone during Sampling on TenaxCALOGIROU Aggelos; BRUSSOL Claire; DUANE Matthew; KOTZIAS DimitriosArticles in Journals
1999Gas Phase Reactions Nopinone, 3-Isopropenyl-6-Oxo-Heptanal, and 5-Methyl-5-vinyltetrahydrofuran-2-ol with OH, NO3, and Ozone.CALOGIROU Aggelos; JENSEN Niels roland; NIELSEN Claus j.; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; HJORTH Jens liengaardArticles in Journals
1999Gas Phase Terpene Oxidation Products. A Review.CALOGIROU Aggelos; LARSEN Bo richter; KOTZIAS DimitriosArticles in Journals
1998Identification of Biogenic Carbonyls in Air with 0-(2,3,4,5,6-pentafluorobenzyl) Hydroxylamine Hydrocloride Coated G8 - Silica Gel Catridges.LAHANIATI Maria; CALOGIROU Aggelos; DUANE Matthew; KOTZIAS DimitriosArticles in Journals
1997Kinetic Study of Gas Phase Reactions of Pinonaldehyde and Structurally Related Compounds.GLASIUS M.; CALOGIROU Aggelos; JENSEN Niels roland; HJORTH Jens liengaard; NIELSEN Claus j.Articles in Journals
1997Polyphenylenesulfide, NOXON, an Ozone Scavenger for the Analysis of Oxygenated Terpenes in Air.CALOGIROU Aggelos; DUANE Matthew; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; LAHANIATI MariaArticles in Journals
1997Product Analysis of the Gas Phase Reaction of beta-Caryophyllene with OzoneCALOGIROU Aggelos; KOTZIAS DimitriosArticles in Journals
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