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2,4-Dinitrophenylhydrazine-Coated Silica Gel Cartridge Method for Determination of Formaldehyde in Air: Identification of an Ozone Interference.
Atmospheric biogenic hydrocarbons
Atmospheric Volatile Hydrocarbon Composition at Five Remote Sites in Northwestern North Carolina.
Biogenic hydrocarbon contribution to the ambient air of selected areas : Tulsa, Great Smoky Mountains, Rio Blanco County, Colorado /
Comparison of Techniques for Measurement of Ambient Levels of Hydrogen Peroxide (Journal Version).
Determination of OH Rate Constants for Six Volatile Organics in Air Using the UCR (University of California-Riverside) Protocol.
Estimates of alpha-Pinene Emissions from a Loblolly Pine Forest Using an Atmospheric Diffusion Model.
Measurment of Loblolly Pine Terpene Emissions
Photochemical reactivity of perchloroethylene /
Photochemical Reactivity of Perchloroethylene: A New Appraisal.
Photochemistry of some naturally emitted hydrocarbons /
Precolumn Sample Enrichment Device for Analysis of Ambient Volatile Organics by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry.
Review of the UCR protocol for determination of OH rate constants with VOCs and its applicability to predict photochemical ozone production /
Review of UCR (University of California-Riverside) Protocol for Determination of OH (Hydroxyl Radicals) Rate Constants with VOC (Volatile Organic Chemicals) and Its Applicability to Predict Photochemical Ozone Production.
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