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    • Factors controlling the evaporation of secondary organic aerosol from alfa-pinene ozonolysis 

      Yli-Juuti T; Pajunoja A; Tikkanen O-P; Buchholz A; Faiola C; Väisänen O; Hao L; Kari E; Peräkylä O; Garmash O; Shiraiwa M; Ehn M; Lehtinen K; Virtanen A (Wiley-Blackwell, 2017)
      Secondary organic aerosols (SOA) forms a major fraction of organic aerosols in the atmosphere. Knowledge of SOA properties that affect their dynamics in the atmosphere is needed for improving climate models. By combining ...
    • Microphysical explanation of the RH-dependent water affinity of biogenic organic aerosol and its importance for climate 

      Rastak N; Pajunoja A; Acosta Navarro JC; Ma J; Song M; Partridge DG; Kirkevåg A; Leong Y; Hu WW; Taylor NF; Lambe A; Cerully K; Bougiatioti A; Liu P; Krejci R et al. (Incl Virtanen Annele) (Wiley-Blackwell, 2017)
      A large fraction of atmospheric organic aerosol (OA) originates from natural emissions that are oxidized in the atmosphere to form secondary organic aerosol (SOA). Isoprene (IP) and monoterpenes (MT) are the most important ...