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N2O5 at water surfaces: binding forces, charge separation, energy accommodation and atmospheric implications

Interactions of N2O5 with water media are of great importance in atmospheric chemistry and have been the topic of extensive research for over two decades. Nevertheless, many physical and chemical properties of N2O5 at the surface or in bulk water are unknown or not microscopically understood. This study presents ex

Authors:   Barak Hirshberg; Estefanía Rossich Molina; Andreas W. Götz; Audrey D. Hammerich; Gilbert M. Nathanson; Timothy H. Bertram; Mark A. Johnson; R. Benny Gerber
Journal:   Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
DOI:   10.1039/C8CP03022G
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