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Effect of some environmental factors on the rate of absorption of nitrogen oxides by leaves of lime (Tilia parvifolia)

Effect of some environmental factors on the rate of absorption of nitrogen oxides by leaves of lime (Tilia parvifolia)

Nauka za Gorata 28(3): 19-25

Experiments were made to determine the effect of nitric oxide concentration (0.5, 1.5 or 2.5x10-2%), air temperature (10, 20 and 30 degrees C) and relative humidity (50, 70 and 90%) on the rate of absorption of nitric oxide by leaves of Tilia parvifolia Absorption rate ranged from 5.2 to 41.2 cmsuperscript 3/100g per hour, the amount increasing with increasing gas concentration, temperature and relative humidity.

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