Textbook Notes for Michael Wheeler

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UBCCHEM 302Michael WheelerFall

CHEM 302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Piecewise Linear Function, Mixing Ratio, Photodissociation

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26 Jan 2014
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A weather station reports t = 293 k, rh = 50% at sunset. Assuming that ph2o remains constant, by how much must the temperature drop over the course of
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UBCCHEM 302Michael WheelerFall

CHEM 302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Molecular Diffusion, Net Force, Ideal Gas Law

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26 Jan 2014
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The atmospheric pressure is the weight exerted by the overhead atmosphere on a unit area of surface. It can be measured with a mercury barometer, consi
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UBCCHEM 302Michael WheelerFall

CHEM 302 Chapter Notes -Hydrogen Peroxide, 3Ho, Hypobromous Acid

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1. 3 (1) 4. 2 ppmv; (2) 42 ppbv; (3) 7. 5x1022 molecules m-2; (4) 2. 7 mm. 2. 2 (2. 1) 1. 22 kg m-3; (2. 2) 4. 5x1018 kg; (3) 1. 8x109 kg. ) = 0. 95; (
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CHEM 302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Background Radiation, Sulfate Aerosol, Optical Depth

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26 Jan 2014
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The radioisotopes 210pb and 7be are often used to determine the atmospheric residence times of aerosols: lead-210 is produced by radioactive decay of 2
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UBCCHEM 302Michael WheelerFall

CHEM 302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Radio National, Nitric Acid, Polar Vortex

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26 Jan 2014
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Problems: 1 shape of the ozone layer. Consider a beam of solar radiation of wavelength l propagating downward in the vertical direction with an actinic
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Chapter 7.pdf

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26 Jan 2014
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We examine in this chapter the role played by atmospheric gases in controlling the temperature of the earth. The main source of heat to the earth is so
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Chapter 7 Problems.pdf

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26 Jan 2014
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Problems: 1 climate response to changes in ozone. Simulations with a general circulation model (gcm) have been used to investigate the climate sensitiv
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Chapter 10.pdf

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26 Jan 2014
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The stratospheric ozone layer, centered at about 20 km above the surface of the earth (figure 10-1), protects life on earth by absorbing uv radiation f
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UBCCHEM 302Michael WheelerFall

Chapter 9.pdf

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26 Jan 2014
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In the following chapters we will present various chemical reaction mechanisms controlling the abundance of stratospheric ozone, the oxidizing power of
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UBCCHEM 302Michael WheelerFall

Chapter 4.pdf

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26 Jan 2014
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UBCCHEM 302Michael WheelerFall

CHEM 302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Sea Salt, Ideal Gas Law, Density

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26 Jan 2014
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Problems: 1 scale height of the martian atmosphere. On mars the atmosphere is mainly co2, the temperature is 220 k, and the acceleration of gravity is
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Chapter 8.pdf

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26 Jan 2014
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Aerosols in the atmosphere have several important environmental effects. the high concentrations found in urban environments. They scatter and absorb v
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