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|Statement||G.Z. Whitten and M.W. Gery.|
|Contributions||Gery, M. W., Atmospheric Sciences Research Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. ;|
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Get this from a library. Development of CBM-X mechanisms for urban and regional AQSMs. [G Z Whitten; M W Gery; Atmospheric Sciences Research Laboratory.]. Procedures for condensing mechanisms and testing the condensed mechanism against simulations of the expanded or explicit mechanisms were dis- cussed in three reports: Whitten, Johnson, and Killus ("Development of a Chemical Kinetic Mechanism for the U.S.
EPA Regional Oxidant Model," EPA/, ); Whitten and Gery ("Development of CBM. Whitten's 49 research works with 2, citations and 2, reads, including: Modeling ozone formation from alkene reactions using the Carbon Bond chemical mechanism. Development of CBM-X Mechanisms for Urban and Regional AQSMs (EPA//S/) Guidelines for Using OZIPM-3 with CBM-X or Optional Mechanisms (EPA//S/) The Primary Photochemical Processes of Acrolein (EPA//S3- 86/) Validation of OH Radical Reaction Rate Constant Test Protocol (EPA//S/ Suggested Citation:"References."National Research Council.
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