Atmospheric and Aerosol Chemistry by Christian George, Barbara D’Anna, Hartmut Herrmann (auth.),

By Christian George, Barbara D’Anna, Hartmut Herrmann (auth.), V. Faye McNeill, Parisa A. Ariya (eds.)

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Mentioned above, and also of CO2 [361] or CO [362, 363]. Some of these emitted species may be directly involved in the photooxidation capacity of the troposphere. This is especially true for the photolytic OH precursors like aldehydes or ketones. Such species have been known to be emitted from degrading plant material [364]. D’Anna et al. [131] observed the emission of several small aldehydes and ketones from humic acid as a result of direct and indirect (sensitized) photochemical processes in the UV and visible wavelengths.

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