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An investigation into the role of VOCs in SOA and ozone production in Beijing, China
Li, Qianqian; Su, Guijin; Li, Chuanqi; Liu, Pengfei; Zhao, Xiaoxi; Zhang, Chenglong; Sun, Xu; Mu, Yujing; Wu, Mingge; Wang, Qingliang; Sun, Bohua
2020-06-10
Source PublicationSCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
ISSN0048-9697
Volume720Pages:1-9
AbstractIn recent years, PM2.5 and O-3 pollutions are prevalent in the atmosphere in Beijing. The study on pollution characteristics of VOC, which are important precursors of O-3 and secondary organic aerosols (SOA) contributing PM2.5, is of great significance for providing a reference to guide its reduction policy formulation. Herein, the seasonal variation of atmospheric VOCs andmeteorological conditions at the sampling frequency of 1 time per hour were continuously measured from March 2016 to January 2017 in Beijing. Using the collected data combined with multiple models, the role of VOCs in SOA and O-3 production was investigated. Alkanes were the most abundant species, contributing 54.1-64.7% of the total VOC concentration for four seasons, followed by aromatics, alkenes and acetylene. The SOA potential (SOAP) was highest in winter at 2885.1 mu g m(-3), followed by autumn, spring and summer. Aromatics were the main contributors to SOAP, accounting for similar to 98.2% of the total SOAP during the entire observation period. The empirical kineticmodeling approach results showed that O-3 production featured the VOC-limited regime in Beijing. Alkenes and aromatics weremajor contributors to O-3 formation potential (OFP), accounting for 33.1-45.6% and 27.2-45.2%, respectively, particularly ethylene and m,p-xylene. Positive matrix factorization results indicated that motor vehicle exhaustwas still the largest local source of VOCs, but its proportionwas considerably reduced. The potential source contribution function results revealed that regional transport sources of VOC pollution in Beijingmainly came from the northwest and southern areas. Thus, to control PM2.5 and O-3 pollution in Beijing, the restriction of alkenes and aromatics emission, accompanied by regional cooperation combined with local control, is essential. (C) 2020 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Department环境纳米技术与健康效应重点实验室
KeywordVOCs Secondary organic aerosols potential Empirical kinetic modeling approach Ozone formation potential Source apportionment Potential source contribution function
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.rcees.ac.cn/handle/311016/44863
Collection环境纳米技术与健康效应重点实验室
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Li, Qianqian,Su, Guijin,Li, Chuanqi,et al. An investigation into the role of VOCs in SOA and ozone production in Beijing, China[J]. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT,2020,720:1-9.
APA Li, Qianqian.,Su, Guijin.,Li, Chuanqi.,Liu, Pengfei.,Zhao, Xiaoxi.,...&Sun, Bohua.(2020).An investigation into the role of VOCs in SOA and ozone production in Beijing, China.SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT,720,1-9.
MLA Li, Qianqian,et al."An investigation into the role of VOCs in SOA and ozone production in Beijing, China".SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT 720(2020):1-9.
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