APHH: Laser induced fluorescence (LIF) OH reactivity measurements made at the IAP-Beijing site during the winter and summer campaigns
This dataset contains Laser induced fluorescence (LIF) OH reactivity measurements made at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics land station (IAP), Beijing site during the winter and summer APHH-Beijing campaigns for the Atmospheric Pollution & Human Health in a Chinese Megacity (APHH) programme.
The Leeds OH reactivity instrument measures OH reactivity by photolysing ozone at 266 nm to produce OH, decay of OH with ambient air is measured with LIF (laser induced fluorescence) at 308 nm. The results generate a bi-exponential curve and a line of best fit can be used to calculate OH lifetime. The instrument is calibrated by flowing air zero through the instrument. The units for OH reactivity is in s-1. The data has been filtered for instrument instabilities such as pressure, laser power, high background (laser scatter) and laser alignment
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Data produced by Atmospheric Pollution & Human Health (APHH) project participants at University of Leeds and uploaded to Centre for Environmental Data Anaylsis (CEDA) archive.
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Data are NASA Ames formatted
|Leeds: OH lifetime instrument||Deployed on: Institute of Atmospheric Physics land station, Beijing|
- units: s-1