Isoprene Oxidation Model

Kelvin Bates & Paul Wennberg
A nearly complete gas-phase oxidation mechanism of isoprene and its major products is developed, incorporating results from recent laboratory studies as well as insights from theoretical approaches. The mechanism is compiled with the aim of both providing accurate atmospheric simulations of the impact of isoprene emissions on HOx and NOx free radical concentrations and to produce realistic yields of products known to be involved in condensed phase processes. A reliable representation of the role of...

Registration Year

  • 2017

Resource Types

  • Model