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    • Novel insights on new particle formation derived from a pan-european observing system 

      Dall'Osto, M; Beddows, DCS; Asmi, A; Poulain, L; Hao, L; Freney, E; Allan, JD; Canagaratna, M; Crippa, M; Bianchi, F; de Leeuw, G; Eriksson, A; Swietlicki, E; Hansson, HC; Henzing, JS; Granier, C; Zemankova, K; Laj, P; Onasch, T; Prevot, A; Putaud, JP; Sellegri, K; Vidal, M; Virtanen, A; Simo, R; Worsnop, D; O'Dowd, C; Kulmala, M; Harrison, RM (Springer Nature, 2018)
      The formation of new atmospheric particles involves an initial step forming stable clusters less than a nanometre in size (<~1 nm), followed by growth into quasi-stable aerosol particles a few nanometres (~1–10 nm) and ...
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    • Terpene Composition Complexity Controls Secondary Organic Aerosol Yields from Scots Pine Volatile Emissions 

      Faiola, CL; Buchholz, A; Kari, E; Yli-Pirilä, P; Holopainen, JK; Kivimäenpää, M; Miettinen, P; Worsnop, DR; Lehtinen, KEJ; Guenther, AB; Virtanen, A (Springer Nature, 2018)
      Secondary organic aerosol (SOA) impact climate by scattering and absorbing radiation and contributing to cloud formation. SOA models are based on studies of simplified chemical systems that do not account for the chemical ...
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