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|Title:||cis-Pinic Acid, a Possible Precursor for Organic Aerosol Formation from the Ozonolysis of Alpha-Pinene.|
|Authors:||CHRISTOFFERSEN T.s.; HJORTH Jens liengaard; HORIE O.; JENSEN Niels roland; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; MOLANDER L.; RUPPERT L.; VIRKKULA Aki olavi; WIRTZ K.|
|Citation:||Atmospheric Environment vol. 32 p. 1657-1661|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||A method for the analysis of carboxylic acids in aerosols was developed,based on the collection of particles on Teflon filters,extraction with dichloromethane, and derivatation with BF3-methanol followed by analysis of the formed methylesters by large volume injection GM/MS.In aerosol samples from smog chamber experiments with alpha pinene and ozone this method was applied and resulted in the identification for the first time of cis-pinic acid.Being a dicarboxylic acid this product is estimated to posess an extremely low vapour pressure and may thus be an important element in gas-to-particle conversion of alpha pinene.|
|JRC Institute:||Joint Research Centre Historical Collection|
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