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Investigation on the hygroscopicity of oxalic acid and atmospherically relevant oxalate salts under sub- and supersaturated conditions

Oxalic acid (OxA) is an end product in the oxidation of many organic compounds before CO2 and therefore is ubiquitous in the atmosphere and the most abundant organic species in aerosols. To better understand the hygroscopic properties of OxA under sub- and supersaturated conditions in the atmosphere, we inve

Authors:   Suresh Kumar Reddy Borredy; Kimitaka Kawamura
Journal:   Journal of Environmental Monitoring
DOI:   10.1039/C8EM00053K
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