Information - AS3.12 Developments of atmospheric trace substance measurement techniques
In the last decade, the development of measurement techniques for atmospheric trace substances has substantially progressed. Various new on-line methods have been introduced into the field of atmospheric chemistry in order to reliably determine trace gas concentrations, aerosol chemical composition, gas/aerosol partitioning processes and the exchange of reactive trace compounds between biosphere and atmosphere. The planned session will focus on recent developments of measurement methods for atmospheric trace substances, with particular emphasis on in-situ measurement of trace gases and semi-volatile aerosol species. We would like to encourage contributions from the following research areas (not exclusive list):
• Spectroscopic techniques: in-situ and remote measurements of atmospheric trace substances
• Atmospheric aerosols: artefact-free determination of the aerosol chemical composition, including organic and inorganic compounds
• New techniques for the measurement of atmospheric trace gases (in-situ and remote)
• Laboratory and theoretical studies related to the development of new on-line techniques
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