Paper About Measurement Technique for Hydroxyacetone

This paper gives us explanation regarding measurement, oxidation, concentrations, and fluorescence detector. Inside the paper we can find info about measurement site, the measurement site, and hydroxyacetone.

There are many discussion like measurement periods, derivatization, and reaction are explained inside this paper. These are selected from the paper:

Hydroxyacetone (HA) is mainly produced in the atmosphere from oxidation of hydrocarbons of the type, CH3(R)C=CH2. Tuazon and Atkinson (1990) reported HA yield of 41% from the OH-initiated oxidation of methacrolein in the presence of NOx. Since methacrolein is a major product of isoprene oxidation (Carter and Atkinson, 1996), isoprene, a key biogenic hydrocarbon, is therefore expected to be an important source for HA. Consequently, knowledge of ambient concentration of HA would provide information needed to examine the applicability of isoprene reaction mechanisms developed in laboratory and to assess the contribution of isoprene to photooxidant production.

Additionally, this paper contains discussion such as carbonyl compounds, the median concentrations, and flow rate.

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