Vol. 28, issue 10, article # 3

Arshinov M. Yu., Belan B. D., Voronetskaya N. G., Golovko A. K., Davydov D. K., Kozlov A. S., Malyshkin S. B., Pevneva G. S., Simonenkov D. V., Tolmachev G. N. The annual dynamics of aerosol organic component in the free atmosphere above the South of West Siberia. // Optika Atmosfery i Okeana. 2015. V. 28. No. 10. P. 879-882. DOI: 10.15372/AOO20151003 [in Russian].
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Abstract:

The annual behavior of concentration of an organic component of the atmospheric aerosol which is selected from a board of the Tu-134 “Optic” airplane-laboratory in the atmospheric layer of 500–8500 m is investigated. It is revealed that the greatest concentration of the organic components as a part of the aerosol is observed in spring, the smallest, in the fall. As a part of aerosol particles compounds from C8H18 to C35H72 are found. The range is widest during the winter period (C12H26–C35H72) and in spring (C8H18–C31H64). In the summer (C18H38–C33H68) and in the fall (C16H34–C31H64) it is noticeably narrower. During the whole year as a part of an aerosol one mode (n-alkane C20H42) dominates. During the summer period there is a secondary maximum, falling on the n-alkane C29H60.

Keywords:

atmospheric aerosol, composition, hydrocarbons, n-alkanes

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