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Besides chain alkanes, cyclic alkanes, unsaturated hydrocarbons such as isoprene, monoterpenes, and aromatic compounds may also be degraded in the atmosphere. 19). Though the database of kinetic reactions for unsaturated hydrocarbons is no better than for chain alkanes, the decomposition in the atmosphere is much faster for the former. 87 in the literature. 36) proceeds w10 times faster than propane in PBL, and the two bhydroxyalkyl radicals formed in the reaction are at least as active as the propyl radical.
Heterogeneous reactions have been described for gas–aqueous reactions in the troposphere and gas–solid reactions responsible for the “O3 hole”. Systematic photochemical mechanisms have been described, especially for regulatory O3 air quality modeling. Exercises 1. 5) were all the reactions in the stratosphere. Survey the literature, and estimate the “O3 layer” in Dobson units during that era. 19) to estimate how much 42 Part 1: Fundamentals 2. 3. 4. 5. halogen is needed to bring down the historical O3 layer to the level in the modern stratosphere.
Radicals oxidize CO and organics, which propagate and multiply radicals to form peroxyl radicals. Peroxyl radicals oxidize NO into NO2 and are transformed into OH and alkyloxy radicals, which propagate and multiply radicals. NO2 photolyzes back to NO and produces O, and the latter combines with O2 to form O3. The cycling between NO2 and NO is rapid in the troposphere, compared with the formation of nitric acid. Thus, for each NOx molecule converted to nitric acid, dozens of O3 molecules may be formed in the troposphere.