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An Analysis Of The Chemical Processes In The Smoke Plume From A Savanna Fire, Jorg Trentmann, Robert J. Yokelson, Peter V. Hobbs, Tanja Winterrath, Ted J. Christian, Meinrat O. Andreae, Sherri A. Mason Jun 2005

An Analysis Of The Chemical Processes In The Smoke Plume From A Savanna Fire, Jorg Trentmann, Robert J. Yokelson, Peter V. Hobbs, Tanja Winterrath, Ted J. Christian, Meinrat O. Andreae, Sherri A. Mason

Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Publications

[1] Photochemistry in young plumes from vegetation fires significantly transforms the initial fire emissions within the first hour after the emissions are injected into the atmosphere. Here we present an investigation of field measurements obtained in a smoke plume from a prescribed savanna fire during the SAFARI 2000 field experiment using a detailed photochemical box-dilution model. The dilution used in the model simulations was constrained by measurements of chemically passive tracers (e.g., CO) near and downwind of the fire. The emissions of the dominant carbonaceous compounds, including oxygenated ones, were taken into account. The field measurements revealed significant production ...


Preparation, Structural Characterization, And Dynamic Properties Investigation Of Permalloy Antidot Arrays, Andriy Vovk, Leszek M. Malkinski, Scott L. Whittenburg, Charles O'Connor, Jin-Seung Jung, Suk-Hong Min May 2005

Preparation, Structural Characterization, And Dynamic Properties Investigation Of Permalloy Antidot Arrays, Andriy Vovk, Leszek M. Malkinski, Scott L. Whittenburg, Charles O'Connor, Jin-Seung Jung, Suk-Hong Min

Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Publications

Regular nanosized structures are considered to be promising materials for magnetic information storage media with high density of information. Recently attention was paid to static and dynamic magnetic properties arising from dimensional confinement in such nanostructures. Here we present an investigation of permalloy antidot arrays of different thicknesses. Thin permalloyfilms of thickness ranging from were deposited on nanoporous membranes with a pore size of . It was found that additional ferromagnetic resonance peaks appear for film thicknesses below , while films with larger thicknesses show resonanceproperties similar to continuous films. A comparison between the filmsdeposited onto Si wafers and porous media was ...