by U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC .
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Methods for developing a numerical scale ranking reactivities of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) towards ozone formation were investigated. Effects of small VOC additions on ozone formation (incremental reactivities) were calculated for types of VOCs in model scenarios representing a variety of single-day pollution episodes. Abstract This paper discusses methods for ranking photochemical ozone formation reactivities of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Photochemical mechanisms for the atmospheric reactions of VOCs were used to calculate their effects on ozone formation under various NOx conditions in model scenarios representing 39 different urban areas. PB EPA/// September DEVELOPMENT OF OZONE REACTIVITY SCALES FOR VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS William P. L. Carter Statewide Air Pollution Research Center University of California Riverside, CA Cooperative Agreement No. CR August Project Officer Joseph J. Bufalini Chemical Processes and Characterization Division Atmospheric . The complete report, entitled "Development of Ozone Reactivity Scales for Volatile Organic Compounds" (Order No. PB /AS; Cost: $, subjectto change) will be available only from: National Technical Information Service Port Royal Road Springfield, VA Telephone: The EPA Project Officer can be contacted at.
Abstract. Methods for ranking photochemical ozone formation reactivities of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are discussed. Photochemical mechanisms for the atmospheric reactions of VOCs were used to calculate their effects on ozone formation under various NO x conditions in model scenarios representing 39 different urban areas. W. P. L. Carter 10/17/ VOC Reactivity Scales 1 Development of Reactivity Scales for Volatile Organic Compounds Topics • VOCs and air quality • Factors affecting ozone reactivity and ozone reactivity scales • Use of VOC reactivity in ozone control strategies • Quantifying other VOC impacts: fine particle pollution; global. W. P. L. Carter, “Development of Ozone Reactivity Scales for Volatile Organic Compounds,” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 44, , pp. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Biogenic Isoprene and Its Impact on Human Health in Dependence on Meteorological Conditions. W.P.L. CarterDevelopment of ozone reactivity scales for volatile organic-compounds Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 44 (7) (), pp. Google Scholar.
Development of ozone reactivity scales for volatile organic compounds. J. Air Waste Management Association, 44, has been cited by the following article: Article. Municipal Solid Waste in Delhi: Ambient VOCs, Health Risks, GIS Modeling, Management, Policy Intervention, Climate Change and a Manmade Disaster in Waiting. W.P.L. Carter, "Development of Ozone Reactivity Scales for Volatile Organic Compounds," Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 44, , () W.P.L. Carter and F.W. Lurmann, "Evaluation of a Detailed Gas Phase Atmospheric Reaction Mechanism Using Environmental Chamber Data," Atmos. Environ., 25A, (). The SAPRC mechanisms have the ability to optionally include separate representations of the reactions of hundreds of different types of VOCs. Generally these are not all included in the airshed model at the same time, but selected compounds can be represented separately for the purpose of calculating reactivity scales or for toxics modeling, or mechanisms for groups of compounds can be . 5 hours ago Carter, W.P.L. Development of ozone reactivity scales for volatile organic compounds. Air Waste , 44, – [Google Scholar] Carter, W.P.L. Updated maximum incremental reactivity scale and hydrocarbon bin reactivities for regulatory applications. Calif. Air Resour. Board Contract , , [Google Scholar].