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By Roger L. Tanner (auth.), S. E. Lindberg, A. L. Page, S. A. Norton (eds.)

countries accelerating to arrive a consensus at the function that atmospheric emissions and acidic precipitation play within the atmosphere, e-book of this sequence is well timed. The editors thank the individuals to this quantity for his or her efforts in describing a big selection of atmospheric issues, all of that are very important to an realizing of the acidic precipitation factor. Oak Ridge, Tennessee Steven E Lindberg Riverside, California Albert L. web page Orono, Maine Stephen A. Norton Contents sequence Preface .................................................... v Preface... ....... ...... ..... ... .. ............................... .. vii individuals ..................................................... xiii assets of Acids, Bases, and Their Precursors within the surroundings . . . 1 Roger L. Tanner I. creation and Definitions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 II. resources of Acids ............................................... three III. assets of Acid-Neutralizing ingredients (Bases) ................... nine IV. Distribution of Atmospheric Acids and Bases ...................... 10 V. Gas-Aerosol Equilibria and Boundary Layer blending ................ 14 VI. precis of important Acid-Formation Pathways.............. . .. . 15 References ................................•................... 17 Aerosol Sulfur organization with Aluminum in japanese North the USA: facts for Solubilization of Atmospheric hint Metals earlier than Deposition ......... . . . . . . . . . . 21 . . .

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