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Volume 8, issue 10
Geosci. Model Dev., 8, 3151–3162, 2015
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Development and technical paper 07 Oct 2015

Development and technical paper | 07 Oct 2015

Development of a chlorine chemistry module for the Master Chemical Mechanism

L. K. Xue et al.

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A detailed chemical mechanism including 205 reactions is developed for use in the Master Chemical Mechanism. With this new chlorine mechanism, it was found that the nocturnal formation of ClNO2 has high potential to perturb the next day's atmospheric photochemistry, by enhancing the radical production and cycling, VOC oxidation and O3 formation, in the polluted coastal environments.
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