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The potential contribution of organic salts to new particle growth
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
Field and lab measurements suggest that lowmolecular weight (MW) organic acids and bases exist in accumulation and nucleation mode particles, despite their relatively high pure-liquid vapor pressures. The mechanism(s) by which such compounds contribute to the mass growth of existing aerosol particles and newly formed particles has not been thoroughly explored. One mechanism by which low-MW compounds may contribute to new particle growth is through the formation of organic salts. In this paperdoi:10.5194/acp-9-2949-2009 fatcat:t7jstpc6efaivgpi2mzg6qjij4