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Key role of NO3 radicals in the production of isoprene nitrates and nitrooxyorganosulfates in Beijing. / Hamilton, Jacqui; Bryant, Dan; Edwards, Peter; Ouyang, B; J. Bannan, Thomas; Mehra, Archit; Mayhew, Alfie; Hopkins, J R ; Dunmore, Rachel Ellen; Squires, Freya; Lee, James D; Newland, Mike; Worrall, Stephen D.; Basak, Asan; Coe, Hugh; Percival, Carl J.; Whalley, Lisa K.; Heard, Dwayne E.; Slater, Eloise; Jones, Roderic L.; Cui, Tianqu; Surratt, Jason D; Reeves, C. E.; Mills, G ; Grimmond, Sue; Sun, Yele; Xu, Weiqi; Shi, Zongbo; Rickard, Andrew Robert.

In: Environmental Science & Technology, Vol. 55, No. 2, 07.01.2021, p. 842–853.

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Hamilton, J, Bryant, D, Edwards, P, Ouyang, B, J. Bannan, T, Mehra, A, Mayhew, A, Hopkins, JR, Dunmore, RE, Squires, F, Lee, JD, Newland, M, Worrall, SD, Basak, A, Coe, H, Percival, CJ, Whalley, LK, Heard, DE, Slater, E, Jones, RL, Cui, T, Surratt, JD, Reeves, CE, Mills, G, Grimmond, S, Sun, Y, Xu, W, Shi, Z & Rickard, AR 2021, 'Key role of NO3 radicals in the production of isoprene nitrates and nitrooxyorganosulfates in Beijing', Environmental Science & Technology, vol. 55, no. 2, pp. 842–853. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.0c05689

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Hamilton, J., Bryant, D., Edwards, P., Ouyang, B., J. Bannan, T., Mehra, A., Mayhew, A., Hopkins, J. R., Dunmore, R. E., Squires, F., Lee, J. D., Newland, M., Worrall, S. D., Basak, A., Coe, H., Percival, C. J., Whalley, L. K., Heard, D. E., Slater, E., ... Rickard, A. R. (2021). Key role of NO3 radicals in the production of isoprene nitrates and nitrooxyorganosulfates in Beijing. Environmental Science & Technology, 55(2), 842–853. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.0c05689

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Hamilton J, Bryant D, Edwards P, Ouyang B, J. Bannan T, Mehra A et al. Key role of NO3 radicals in the production of isoprene nitrates and nitrooxyorganosulfates in Beijing. Environmental Science & Technology. 2021 Jan 7;55(2):842–853. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.0c05689

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Hamilton, Jacqui ; Bryant, Dan ; Edwards, Peter ; Ouyang, B ; J. Bannan, Thomas ; Mehra, Archit ; Mayhew, Alfie ; Hopkins, J R ; Dunmore, Rachel Ellen ; Squires, Freya ; Lee, James D ; Newland, Mike ; Worrall, Stephen D. ; Basak, Asan ; Coe, Hugh ; Percival, Carl J. ; Whalley, Lisa K. ; Heard, Dwayne E. ; Slater, Eloise ; Jones, Roderic L. ; Cui, Tianqu ; Surratt, Jason D ; Reeves, C. E. ; Mills, G ; Grimmond, Sue ; Sun, Yele ; Xu, Weiqi ; Shi, Zongbo ; Rickard, Andrew Robert. / Key role of NO3 radicals in the production of isoprene nitrates and nitrooxyorganosulfates in Beijing. In: Environmental Science & Technology. 2021 ; Vol. 55, No. 2. pp. 842–853.

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title = "Key role of NO3 radicals in the production of isoprene nitrates and nitrooxyorganosulfates in Beijing",
abstract = "The formation of isoprene nitrates (IsN) can lead to significant secondary organic aerosol (SOA) production and they can act as reservoirs of atmospheric nitrogen oxides. In this work, we estimate the rate of production of IsN from the reactions of isoprene with OH and NO3 radicals during the summertime in Beijing. While OH dominates the loss of isoprene during the day, NO3 plays an increasingly important role in the production of IsN from the early afternoon onwards. Unusually low NO concentrations during the afternoon resulted in NO3 mixing ratios of ca. 2 pptv at approximately 15:00, which we estimate to account for around a third of the total IsN production in the gas phase. Heterogenous uptake of IsN produces nitrooxyorganosulfates (NOS). Two mono-nitrated NOS were correlated with particulate sulfate concentrations and appear to be formed from sequential NO3 and OH oxidation. Di-and tri-nitrated isoprene related NOS, formed from multiple NO3 oxidation steps, peaked during the night. This work highlights that NO3 chemistry can play a key role in driving biogenic-anthropogenic interactive chemistry in Beijing with respect to the formation of IsN during both the day and night. ",
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T1 - Key role of NO3 radicals in the production of isoprene nitrates and nitrooxyorganosulfates in Beijing

AU - Hamilton, Jacqui

AU - Bryant, Dan

AU - Edwards, Peter

AU - Ouyang, B

AU - J. Bannan, Thomas

AU - Mehra, Archit

AU - Mayhew, Alfie

AU - Hopkins, J R

AU - Dunmore, Rachel Ellen

AU - Squires, Freya

AU - Lee, James D

AU - Newland, Mike

AU - Worrall, Stephen D.

AU - Basak, Asan

AU - Coe, Hugh

AU - Percival, Carl J.

AU - Whalley, Lisa K.

AU - Heard, Dwayne E.

AU - Slater, Eloise

AU - Jones, Roderic L.

AU - Cui, Tianqu

AU - Surratt, Jason D

AU - Reeves, C. E.

AU - Mills, G

AU - Grimmond, Sue

AU - Sun, Yele

AU - Xu, Weiqi

AU - Shi, Zongbo

AU - Rickard, Andrew Robert

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N2 - The formation of isoprene nitrates (IsN) can lead to significant secondary organic aerosol (SOA) production and they can act as reservoirs of atmospheric nitrogen oxides. In this work, we estimate the rate of production of IsN from the reactions of isoprene with OH and NO3 radicals during the summertime in Beijing. While OH dominates the loss of isoprene during the day, NO3 plays an increasingly important role in the production of IsN from the early afternoon onwards. Unusually low NO concentrations during the afternoon resulted in NO3 mixing ratios of ca. 2 pptv at approximately 15:00, which we estimate to account for around a third of the total IsN production in the gas phase. Heterogenous uptake of IsN produces nitrooxyorganosulfates (NOS). Two mono-nitrated NOS were correlated with particulate sulfate concentrations and appear to be formed from sequential NO3 and OH oxidation. Di-and tri-nitrated isoprene related NOS, formed from multiple NO3 oxidation steps, peaked during the night. This work highlights that NO3 chemistry can play a key role in driving biogenic-anthropogenic interactive chemistry in Beijing with respect to the formation of IsN during both the day and night.

AB - The formation of isoprene nitrates (IsN) can lead to significant secondary organic aerosol (SOA) production and they can act as reservoirs of atmospheric nitrogen oxides. In this work, we estimate the rate of production of IsN from the reactions of isoprene with OH and NO3 radicals during the summertime in Beijing. While OH dominates the loss of isoprene during the day, NO3 plays an increasingly important role in the production of IsN from the early afternoon onwards. Unusually low NO concentrations during the afternoon resulted in NO3 mixing ratios of ca. 2 pptv at approximately 15:00, which we estimate to account for around a third of the total IsN production in the gas phase. Heterogenous uptake of IsN produces nitrooxyorganosulfates (NOS). Two mono-nitrated NOS were correlated with particulate sulfate concentrations and appear to be formed from sequential NO3 and OH oxidation. Di-and tri-nitrated isoprene related NOS, formed from multiple NO3 oxidation steps, peaked during the night. This work highlights that NO3 chemistry can play a key role in driving biogenic-anthropogenic interactive chemistry in Beijing with respect to the formation of IsN during both the day and night.

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JO - Environmental Science & Technology

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