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Atmospheric Isocyanic Acid (HNCO): A Possible Cause of Pollution-related Health Effects

Research output: Other contribution


  • James M. Roberts
  • P. J. Young
  • Patrick Veres
  • C. Warneke
  • Joost de Gouw
  • T. C. VandenBoer
  • R. J. Yokelson
  • I. R. Burling
  • L. K. Emmons
  • J. F. Lamarque
  • Christine Wiedinmyer
Publication date2012
DescriptionIGAC Newsletter
Number of pages4
<mark>Original language</mark>English