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  List of Accepted Contributions - AS3.10 Reactive Halogen Compounds in the Lower and the Free Troposphere

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Shepson, P.; Keil, A.; Young, V. ; Cavender, A. ; Tackett, P. ; Biesenthal, T.
Measurements of bromine and chlorine atom concentrations in the Arctic

Gómez Martín, J.C.; Spietz, P.; Burrows, J.P.
Laboratory Studies on the IO self reaction and the fate of its products: evidence for OIO nucleation

Pechtl, S.; von Glasow, R.
Model sensitivity studies on atmospheric iodine chemistry and coastal nucleation events

Dillon, TJ; Tucceri, ME; Karunanandan, R; Crowley, JN
Laboratory studies of iodine oxide chemistry by laser induced fluorescence.

Kerkweg, A.; Tost, H.; Joeckel, P.; Sander, R.; Bott, A.; Lelieveld, J.; MESSy-Team
Halogen chemistry in the marine boundary layer: first results of a global model study

Baker, A.R.
Speciation of soluble aerosol iodine over the Atlantic Ocean

Siekmann, F.; Sen, A.; Behnke, W.; Krueger, H.; Zetzsch, C.
Release of reactive halogenated species from sea-salt aerosols under arctic and tropospheric conditions in smog-chamber experiments

Saiz-Lopez, A; Mahajan, A. S.; Plane, J. M.; Salmon , R. A.; Bauguitte , S. ; Jones , A. E.
Bromine oxide observations in the coastal Antarctic boundary layer

von Glasow, R.; Bobrowski, N.; Aiuppa, A.; Platt, U.
Halogen chemistry in volcanic plumes

Parrish, D. D.; Stohl, A.; Forster, C.; Atlas, E. L.; Goldan, P. D.; Kuster, W. C.; Goldstein, A. H.; Millet, D. B.; Blake, D. R.
Constraints on Cl concentrations in the polluted marine boundary layer provided by hydrocarbon concentration patterns

Kreher, K.; Wurst, M.; Friess, U.; Dix, B.; Schofield, R.; Riedel, K.; Oltmans, S.; Bodeker, G.; Wood, S.; Connor, B.
Bromine explosion events observed at Arrival Heights, Antarctica, since 1995

Pratte, P.; Rossi, M. J.
The influence of the organic fraction in marine aerosol on the HOBr heterogeneous reaction with natural sea salt and model salt aerosols at 300K and rh = 40-90%

Spietz, P.; Gómez Martín, J. C.; Burrows, J. P.
Improved absorption cross section spectra for iodine oxides and molecular iodine I2 relevant in photolysis experiments of I2+O3 and in the atmosphere

Warwick, N.; Pyle, J.
Global modelling of atmospheric bromoform sources and sinks

O'Sullivan, D; Oram, D; Sturges, W; Brenninkmeijer, C; Kepplar, F; Röckmann, T
Measurements of reactive organic halogen compounds in the lower and free troposphere across the ITCZ.

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