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Timothy VanReken (United States)

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Publications

Date Publication
29.09.2006 Article: Direct measurement of particle formation and growth from the oxidation of biogenic emissions
T. M. VanReken, J. P. Greenberg, P. C. Harley, A. B. Guenther, and J. N. Smith
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 6, 4403-4413
SRef: 1680-7324/acp/2006-6-4403
17.07.2006 Article: Direct measurement of particle formation and growth from the oxidation of biogenic emissions
T. M. VanReken, J. P. Greenberg, P. C. Harley, A. B. Guenther, J. N. Smith
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 6, 6587-6612
SRef: 1680-7375/acpd/2006-6-6587

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