College of Natural Science and Mathematics, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Environmentally persistent free radicals (EPFR) are an emerging pollutant found in soot particles. Understanding how these change as they move through the atmosphere is important to human health. Here, soot was generated in the laboratory and exposed to simulated sunlight. The concentrations and characteristics of EPFR in the soot was recorded. Additionally, formation of hydroxyl radical from the photoactivated soot was measured.
Majestic, Brian and Runberg, Heather L., "Data Set for "Atmospheric Aging of Combustion-Derived Particles: Impact on Stable Free Radical Concentration and Its Ability to Produce Reactive Oxygen Species in Aqueous Media"" (2023). Chemistry and Biochemistry: Data Sets. 2.
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