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Simulation of the chemical processes in a polluted irradiated atmosphere

, : Simulation of the chemical processes in a polluted irradiated atmosphere. Atmospheric Environment 19(6): 905-910

An atmospheric chemistry model was approximated with a system of linear differential equations for the most relevant chemical species, and the results were compared with the original model. Formulas for the sensitivity (and apportionment) analyses are given. The computation time is greatly reduced.

Accession: 006418683

DOI: 10.1016/0004-6981(85)90235-5

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