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Heterogeneous conversion of NO2 on secondary organic aerosol surfaces: A possible source of nitrous acid (HONO) in the atmosphere?
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
The heterogeneous conversion of NO 2 on different secondary organic aerosols (SOA) was investigated with the focus on a possible formation of nitrous acid (HONO). In one set of experiments different organic aerosols were produced in the reactions of O 3 with α-pinene, limonene or catechol and OH radicals with toluene or limonene, respectively. The aerosols were sampled on filters and exposed to humidified NO 2 mixtures under atmospheric conditions. The estimated upper limits for the uptakedoi:10.5194/acp-3-469-2003 fatcat:ygb2rmpgzzgvzovsah74jypuma