Articles | Volume 10, issue 3
Model description paper
29 Mar 2017
Model description paper |  | 29 Mar 2017

CLEPS 1.0: A new protocol for cloud aqueous phase oxidation of VOC mechanisms

Camille Mouchel-Vallon, Laurent Deguillaume, Anne Monod, Hélène Perroux, Clémence Rose, Giovanni Ghigo, Yoann Long, Maud Leriche, Bernard Aumont, Luc Patryl, Patrick Armand, and Nadine Chaumerliac

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The Cloud Explicit Physico-chemical Scheme (CLEPS 1.0) describes oxidation of water-soluble organic compounds resulting from isoprene oxidation. It is based on structure activity relationships (SARs) (global rate constants and branching ratios for HO• abstraction and addition) and GROMHE SAR (Henry's law constants for undocumented species). It is coupled to the MCM gas phase mechanism and is included in a model using the DSMACC model and KPP to analyze experimental and field data.