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Reaction between CH3O2 and BrO Radicals: a new source of upper troposphere lower stratosphere hydroxyl radicals

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Reaction between CH3O2 and BrO Radicals : a new source of upper troposphere lower stratosphere hydroxyl radicals. / Shallcross, Dudley E.; Leather, Kimberley E.; Bacak, Asan; Xiao, Ping; Lee, Edmond P. F.; Ng, Maggie; Mok, Daniel K. W.; Dyke, John M.; Hossaini, Ryan; Chipperfield, Martyn P.; Khan, M. Anwar H.; Percival, Carl J.

In: Journal of Physical Chemistry A, Vol. 119, No. 19, 14.05.2015, p. 4618-4632.

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Shallcross, DE, Leather, KE, Bacak, A, Xiao, P, Lee, EPF, Ng, M, Mok, DKW, Dyke, JM, Hossaini, R, Chipperfield, MP, Khan, MAH & Percival, CJ 2015, 'Reaction between CH3O2 and BrO Radicals: a new source of upper troposphere lower stratosphere hydroxyl radicals', Journal of Physical Chemistry A, vol. 119, no. 19, pp. 4618-4632. https://doi.org/10.1021/jp5108203

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Shallcross, D. E., Leather, K. E., Bacak, A., Xiao, P., Lee, E. P. F., Ng, M., Mok, D. K. W., Dyke, J. M., Hossaini, R., Chipperfield, M. P., Khan, M. A. H., & Percival, C. J. (2015). Reaction between CH3O2 and BrO Radicals: a new source of upper troposphere lower stratosphere hydroxyl radicals. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 119(19), 4618-4632. https://doi.org/10.1021/jp5108203

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Shallcross DE, Leather KE, Bacak A, Xiao P, Lee EPF, Ng M et al. Reaction between CH3O2 and BrO Radicals: a new source of upper troposphere lower stratosphere hydroxyl radicals. Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 2015 May 14;119(19):4618-4632. https://doi.org/10.1021/jp5108203

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Shallcross, Dudley E. ; Leather, Kimberley E. ; Bacak, Asan ; Xiao, Ping ; Lee, Edmond P. F. ; Ng, Maggie ; Mok, Daniel K. W. ; Dyke, John M. ; Hossaini, Ryan ; Chipperfield, Martyn P. ; Khan, M. Anwar H. ; Percival, Carl J. / Reaction between CH3O2 and BrO Radicals : a new source of upper troposphere lower stratosphere hydroxyl radicals. In: Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 2015 ; Vol. 119, No. 19. pp. 4618-4632.

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abstract = "Over the last two decades it has emerged that measured hydroxyl radical levels in the upper troposphere are often underestimated by models, leading to the assertion that there are missing sources. Here we report laboratory studies of the kinetics and products of the reaction between CH3O2 and BrO radicals that shows that this could be an important new source of hydroxyl radicals:BrO + CH3O2 --> products (1). The temperature dependent value in Arrhenius form of k(T) is k(1) = (2.42(-0.72)(+1.02)) X 10(-14) exp[(1617 +/- 94)/T] cm(3) molecule(-1) s(-1). In addition, CH2OO and HOBr are believed to he the major products. Global model results suggest that the decomposition of H2COO to form OH could lead to an enhancement in OH of up to 20% in mid-latitudes in the upper troposphere and in the lower stratosphere enhancements OH of 2-9% are inferred from model integrations. In addition, reaction 1 aids conversion of BrO to HOBr and slows polar ozone loss in the lower stratosphere.",
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AU - Bacak, Asan

AU - Xiao, Ping

AU - Lee, Edmond P. F.

AU - Ng, Maggie

AU - Mok, Daniel K. W.

AU - Dyke, John M.

AU - Hossaini, Ryan

AU - Chipperfield, Martyn P.

AU - Khan, M. Anwar H.

AU - Percival, Carl J.

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N2 - Over the last two decades it has emerged that measured hydroxyl radical levels in the upper troposphere are often underestimated by models, leading to the assertion that there are missing sources. Here we report laboratory studies of the kinetics and products of the reaction between CH3O2 and BrO radicals that shows that this could be an important new source of hydroxyl radicals:BrO + CH3O2 --> products (1). The temperature dependent value in Arrhenius form of k(T) is k(1) = (2.42(-0.72)(+1.02)) X 10(-14) exp[(1617 +/- 94)/T] cm(3) molecule(-1) s(-1). In addition, CH2OO and HOBr are believed to he the major products. Global model results suggest that the decomposition of H2COO to form OH could lead to an enhancement in OH of up to 20% in mid-latitudes in the upper troposphere and in the lower stratosphere enhancements OH of 2-9% are inferred from model integrations. In addition, reaction 1 aids conversion of BrO to HOBr and slows polar ozone loss in the lower stratosphere.

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KW - ACTIVE THERMOCHEMICAL TABLES

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KW - PRESSURE-DEPENDENCE

KW - OZONE PHOTOCHEMISTRY

KW - BROMINE MONOXIDE

KW - BOUNDARY-LAYER

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