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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2001Gas Phase OH Oxidation of Monoterpenes: Gaseous and Particulate Products.LARSEN Bo richter; DI BELLA Dario; GLASIUS M.; WINTERHALTER Richard; JENSEN Niels roland; HJORTH Jens liengaardArticles in Journals
2001Gas-Phase OH Oxidation of Monoterpenes: Gaseous and Particulate Products.LARSEN Bo richter; DI BELLA Dario; GLASIUS M.; WINTERHALTER Richard; JENSEN Niels roland; HJORTH Jens liengaardArticles in Journals
2007Impact of Ozone-initiated Terpene Chemistry on Indoor Air Quality and Human HealthKEPHALOPOULOS STYLIANOS; KOTZIAS DIMITRIOS; KOISTINEN KIMMO; CARSLAW Nicola; CARRER Paolo; FOSSATI Serena; HOFFMANN Thorsten; LANGER Sarka; LARSEN BO; MONN Christian, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2003LC-MS Analysis of Aerosol Particles from Oxidation of alpha-Pinene by Ozone and OH-Radicals.WINTERHALTER Richard; VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; LARSEN Bo richter; HJORTH Jens liengaard; JENSEN Niels rolandArticles in Journals
2001Measurements of Acetone and Other Gas Phase Product Yields from the OH-Initiated Oxidation of Terpenes by Proton-Transfer-Reaction Mass Spectrometry (PTR-MS).WISTHALER A.; JENSEN Niels roland; WINTERHALTER Richard; LINDINGER W.; HJORTH Jens liengaardArticles in Journals
2005Organic aerosol and global climate modelling: a reviewKANAKIDOU Maria; SEINFELD John; PANDIS Spyros; BARNES Ian; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; FACCHINI M.c.; VAN DINGENEN RITA; ERVENS B.; NENES Anasthasios; NIELSEN C.j., et alArticles in Journals
2012Ozonolysis of b-pinene at conditions relevant for indoor environments: Influence of temperature on the composition of secondary organic aerosol.LARSEN Bo; BREINBJERG B.; DUANE Matthew; HJORTH Jens; JENSEN Niels; VAN DINGENEN Rita; WINTERHALTER Richard; KOTZIAS DIMITRIOSArticles in Journals
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