The first part of this book reviews the basics of atmospheric chemistry, radiation transport, and optical spectroscopy before detailing the principles underlying DOAS. The second part describes the design and application of DOAS instruments as well as the evaluation and interpretation of spectra. The recent expansion of DOAS application to the imaging of trace gas distributions by ground, aircraft, and satellite-based instruments is also covered.... reaction is DMSO: BrO+CH 3SCH3 a Br + CH3SOCH2 (R2.55) While sulphuric acid and methane sulphuric acid form particles, DMSO does not. ... Therefore, biological emission of sulphur species could affect cloud formation and thus our climate. ... Due to their low vapour pressure, these species condense to form small particles (mean radius a¼0.07I¼m), which can act as CCN. ... 2.8 Chemistry of Halogen Radicals in the Troposphere During the 54 2 Atmospheric Chemistry XXVI.
|Title||:||Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy|
|Author||:||Ulrich Platt, Jochen Stutz|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-05-30|