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1. Sulfate formation enhanced by a cocktail of high NOx, SO2, particulate matter and droplet pH during haze-fog events in megacities in China: An Observation-Based Modeling investigation
Xue, J., Yuan, Z., Griffith, S. M.,; Yu, X., Lau, A. K. H., Yu, J. Z., 
Environ. Sci. Technol.
, 2016, 50, 7325-7334. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.6b00768. [Abstract]

Sulfate formation under fog conditions in

2. Determination of primary combustion source organic carbon-to-elemental carbon (OC/EC) ratio using ambient OC and EC measurements: secondary OC-EC correlation minimization method
Wu, C., Yu, J. Z.*
Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2016, [Reprint]
MRS conceptual diagram

3. Aerosol size distribution characteristics of organosulfates in the Pearl River Delta region, China
Bin Yu Kuang, Peng Lin, Min Hu*, Jian Zhen Yu* [abstract]


4. Reactive Oxygen Species Production Mediated by Humic-like Substances in Atmospheric Aerosols: Enhancement Effects by Pyridine, Imidazole, and Their Derivatives
Dou, J., Lin, P., Kuang, B. Y., Yu, J. Z.
Environ. Sci. Technol. , 2015, doi: 10.1021/es5059378 [abstract] [Reprint]
Imidazole and ROS

5.Sources of humic-like substances in the Pearl River Delta, China: Positive matrix factorization analysis of PM2.5 major components and source markers
Kuang, B. Y., Lin, P., Huang, X. H. H., Yu, J. Z.*
Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2015, 15, 1995-2008. [Reprint]

HULIS Soucres

6. Characterizing the thermodynamic and chemical composition factors controlling PM2.5 nitrate: Insights gained from two years of online measurements in Hong Kong.
Griffith, S. M., X. H. H. Huang, P. K. K. Louie, J. Z. Yu*,
Atmos. Environ., 2015,
Aerosol Nitrate Chemistry

7. Effect of nitrate and sulfate relative abundance in PM2.5 on liquid water content explored through half-hourly observations of inorganic soluble aerosols at a polluted receptor site,
Xue, J., S. M. Griffith, Yu, X., Lau, A. K. H., Yu, J. Z.
Atmos. Environ., 2014, 99, 24-31. [Abstract]

Sensitivity test on change of PM2.5 LWC

8. Contributions of vehicular carbonaceous aerosols to PM2.5 in a roadside environment in Hong Kong
Huang, X. H. H., Q. J. Bian, P. K. K. Louie, J. Z. Yu*
Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2014, 14, 9279-9293. [Reprint]

Vehicular PM2.5

9. One-year Observations of Size Distribution Characteristics of Major Aerosol Constituents at a Coastal Receptor Site in Hong Kong: I. Inorganic Ions and Oxalate,

Q.J. Bian, X. H. H. Huang, J. Z. Yu*

Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2014, 14, 9013-9027. [Reprint]
Fine mode Nitrate vs. Alkaline ions

10. Insights into factors affecting nitrate in PM2.5 in a polluted high NOx environment through hourly observations and size distribution measurements, 
Jian Xue, Zibing Yuan, Alexis K. H. Lau, Jian Zhen Yu*
J. geophys. Res. – Atmosphere
, 2014, 119, doi:10.1002/2013JD021108
. [abstract]


11. Characterization of PM2.5 Major Components and Source Investigation in Suburban Hong Kong: A One Year Monitoring Study.
X.H. Hilda Huang, Qijing Bian, Wai Man Ng, Peter. K.K. Louie, Jian Zhen Yu*

Aerosol & Air Quality Res., 2014, 14, 237-250. [Reprint]

12. Elemental composition of HULIS in the Pearl River Delta Region, China: Results inferred from positive and negative electrospray high resolution mass spectrometric data
P. Lin, A. G. Rincon, M. Kalberer*, J. Z. Yu*
Environ. Sci. Technol. 2012, 46, 7454-7462. [Abstract]

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