Student’s Name: Course and Code: Instructor: Date: Constraints on Arctic Atmospheric Chlorine Production through Measurements and Simulations of CI2 and CIO Since the discovery of high levels of molecular Chlorine in Arctic Atmosphere by scientists on Jan 13 2014 scientists have been paying close attention to the levels of Chlorine in the Artic area and the implications of this chlorine. The research was published by the ACS- American Chemistry Society on 21st October 2016 on its website Environmental Science and Technology. The group of scientists U. Platt A. Fried P. Weibring B. C. Sive K. Ullmann C. Cantrell D. J. Knapp and D. D. Montzka. "The NOx Dependence of Bromine Chemistry in the Arctic Atmospheric Boundary Layer." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Atmos. Chem. Phys. 15.18 (2015): 10799-0809. Web.Liao Jin et al. "High Levels Of Molecular Chlorine In The Arctic Atmosphere". Nature Geoscience 7.2 (2014): 91-94. Web.Young C. J. et al. "Chlorine As A Primary Radical: Evaluation Of Methods To Understand Its Role Initiation Of Oxidative Cycles". Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14.7 (2014): 3427-3440. Web. [...]
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