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Volume 17, issue 23 | Copyright

Special issue: Anthropogenic dust and its climate impact

Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17, 14473-14484, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-17-14473-2017
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Research article 06 Dec 2017

Research article | 06 Dec 2017

Limited production of sulfate and nitrate on front-associated dust storm particles moving from desert to distant populated areas in northwestern China

Feng Wu et al.
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Sulfate and nitrate in dust particles at a desert site and a 700 km downwind urban site in China were compared. The production of the two salts during the transport of dust particles was limited because of the adiabatic process of the dust-loading air movement. Significant sulfate and nitrate previously reported in dust-associated samples were very likely from locally emitted and urban aerosols or soil-derived particles rather than the products of chemical reactions on desert dust particles.
Sulfate and nitrate in dust particles at a desert site and a 700 km downwind urban site in China...
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