Increasing isoprene epoxydiol-to-inorganic sulfate aerosol ratio results in extensive conversion of inorganic sulfate to organosulfur forms: implications for aerosol physicochemical properties

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Increasing isoprene epoxydiol-to-inorganic sulfate aerosol ratio results in extensive conversion of inorganic sulfate to organosulfur forms : implications for aerosol physicochemical properties. / Riva, Matthieu; Chen, Yuzhi; Zhang, Yue; Lei, Ziying; Olson, Nicole E.; Boyer, Hallie C.; Narayan, Shweta; Yee, Lindsay D.; Green, Hilary S.; Cui, Tianqu; Zhang, Zhenfa; Baumann, Karsten; Fort, Mike; Edgerton, Eric; Budisulistiorini, Sri H.; Rose, Caitlin A.; Ribeiro, Igor O.; L e Oliveira, Rafael; dos Santos, Erickson O.; Machado, Cristine M. D.; Szopa, Sophie; Zhao, Yue; Alves, Eliane G.; de Sa, Suzane S.; Hu, Weiwei; Knipping, Eladio M.; Shaw, Stephanie L.; Duvoisin Junior, Sergio; de Souza, Rodrigo A. F.; Palm, Brett B.; Jimenez, Jose-Luis; Glasius, Marianne; Goldstein, Allen H.; Pye, Havala O. T.; Gold, Avram; Turpin, Barbara J.; Vizuete, William; Martin, Scot T.; Thornton, Joel A.; Dutcher, Cari S.; Ault, Andrew P.; Surratt, Jason D.

I: Environmental Science & Technology, Bind 53, Nr. 15, 08.2019, s. 8682-8694.

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Riva, M, Chen, Y, Zhang, Y, Lei, Z, Olson, NE, Boyer, HC, Narayan, S, Yee, LD, Green, HS, Cui, T, Zhang, Z, Baumann, K, Fort, M, Edgerton, E, Budisulistiorini, SH, Rose, CA, Ribeiro, IO, L e Oliveira, R, dos Santos, EO, Machado, CMD, Szopa, S, Zhao, Y, Alves, EG, de Sa, SS, Hu, W, Knipping, EM, Shaw, SL, Duvoisin Junior, S, de Souza, RAF, Palm, BB, Jimenez, J-L, Glasius, M, Goldstein, AH, Pye, HOT, Gold, A, Turpin, BJ, Vizuete, W, Martin, ST, Thornton, JA, Dutcher, CS, Ault, AP & Surratt, JD 2019, 'Increasing isoprene epoxydiol-to-inorganic sulfate aerosol ratio results in extensive conversion of inorganic sulfate to organosulfur forms: implications for aerosol physicochemical properties', Environmental Science & Technology, bind 53, nr. 15, s. 8682-8694. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.9b01019

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Riva, M., Chen, Y., Zhang, Y., Lei, Z., Olson, N. E., Boyer, H. C., Narayan, S., Yee, L. D., Green, H. S., Cui, T., Zhang, Z., Baumann, K., Fort, M., Edgerton, E., Budisulistiorini, S. H., Rose, C. A., Ribeiro, I. O., L e Oliveira, R., dos Santos, E. O., ... Surratt, J. D. (2019). Increasing isoprene epoxydiol-to-inorganic sulfate aerosol ratio results in extensive conversion of inorganic sulfate to organosulfur forms: implications for aerosol physicochemical properties. Environmental Science & Technology, 53(15), 8682-8694. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.9b01019

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Riva M, Chen Y, Zhang Y, Lei Z, Olson NE, Boyer HC, Narayan S, Yee LD, Green HS, Cui T, Zhang Z, Baumann K, Fort M, Edgerton E, Budisulistiorini SH, Rose CA, Ribeiro IO, L e Oliveira R, dos Santos EO, Machado CMD, Szopa S, Zhao Y, Alves EG, de Sa SS, Hu W, Knipping EM, Shaw SL, Duvoisin Junior S, de Souza RAF, Palm BB, Jimenez J-L, Glasius M, Goldstein AH, Pye HOT, Gold A, Turpin BJ, Vizuete W, Martin ST, Thornton JA, Dutcher CS, Ault AP, Surratt JD. 2019. Increasing isoprene epoxydiol-to-inorganic sulfate aerosol ratio results in extensive conversion of inorganic sulfate to organosulfur forms: implications for aerosol physicochemical properties. Environmental Science & Technology. 53(15):8682-8694. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.9b01019

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Riva, Matthieu ; Chen, Yuzhi ; Zhang, Yue ; Lei, Ziying ; Olson, Nicole E. ; Boyer, Hallie C. ; Narayan, Shweta ; Yee, Lindsay D. ; Green, Hilary S. ; Cui, Tianqu ; Zhang, Zhenfa ; Baumann, Karsten ; Fort, Mike ; Edgerton, Eric ; Budisulistiorini, Sri H. ; Rose, Caitlin A. ; Ribeiro, Igor O. ; L e Oliveira, Rafael ; dos Santos, Erickson O. ; Machado, Cristine M. D. ; Szopa, Sophie ; Zhao, Yue ; Alves, Eliane G. ; de Sa, Suzane S. ; Hu, Weiwei ; Knipping, Eladio M. ; Shaw, Stephanie L. ; Duvoisin Junior, Sergio ; de Souza, Rodrigo A. F. ; Palm, Brett B. ; Jimenez, Jose-Luis ; Glasius, Marianne ; Goldstein, Allen H. ; Pye, Havala O. T. ; Gold, Avram ; Turpin, Barbara J. ; Vizuete, William ; Martin, Scot T. ; Thornton, Joel A. ; Dutcher, Cari S. ; Ault, Andrew P. ; Surratt, Jason D. / Increasing isoprene epoxydiol-to-inorganic sulfate aerosol ratio results in extensive conversion of inorganic sulfate to organosulfur forms : implications for aerosol physicochemical properties. I: Environmental Science & Technology. 2019 ; Bind 53, Nr. 15. s. 8682-8694.

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title = "Increasing isoprene epoxydiol-to-inorganic sulfate aerosol ratio results in extensive conversion of inorganic sulfate to organosulfur forms: implications for aerosol physicochemical properties",
abstract = "Acid-driven multiphase chemistry of isoprene epoxydiols (IEPOX), key isoprene oxidation products, with inorganic sulfate aerosol yields substantial amounts of secondary organic aerosol (SOA) through the formation of organosulfur compounds. The extent and implications of inorganic-to-organic sulfate conversion, however, are unknown. In this article, we demonstrate that extensive consumption of inorganic sulfate occurs, which increases with the IEPOX-to-inorganic sulfate concentration ratio (IEPOX/Sulf(inorg)), as determined by laboratory measurements. Characterization of the total sulfur aerosol observed at Look Rock, Tennessee, from 2007 to 2016 shows that organosulfur mass fractions will likely continue to increase with ongoing declines in anthropogenic Sulf(inorg), consistent with our laboratory findings. We further demonstrate that organosulfur compounds greatly modify critical aerosol properties, such as acidity, morphology, viscosity, and phase state. These new mechanistic insights demonstrate that changes in SO2 emissions, especially in isoprene-dominated environments, will significantly alter biogenic SOA physicochemical properties. Consequently, IEPDX/Sulf(inorg) will play an important role in understanding the historical climate and determining future impacts of biogenic SOA on the global climate and air quality.",
keywords = "SECONDARY ORGANIC AEROSOL, 2013 SOUTHERN OXIDANT, REACTIVE UPTAKE, UNITED-STATES, ANTHROPOGENIC EMISSIONS, THERMODYNAMIC MODEL, PARTICULATE MATTER, GLASS-TRANSITION, PHASE-SEPARATION, AMMONIUM-SULFATE",
author = "Matthieu Riva and Yuzhi Chen and Yue Zhang and Ziying Lei and Olson, {Nicole E.} and Boyer, {Hallie C.} and Shweta Narayan and Yee, {Lindsay D.} and Green, {Hilary S.} and Tianqu Cui and Zhenfa Zhang and Karsten Baumann and Mike Fort and Eric Edgerton and Budisulistiorini, {Sri H.} and Rose, {Caitlin A.} and Ribeiro, {Igor O.} and {L e Oliveira}, Rafael and {dos Santos}, {Erickson O.} and Machado, {Cristine M. D.} and Sophie Szopa and Yue Zhao and Alves, {Eliane G.} and {de Sa}, {Suzane S.} and Weiwei Hu and Knipping, {Eladio M.} and Shaw, {Stephanie L.} and {Duvoisin Junior}, Sergio and {de Souza}, {Rodrigo A. F.} and Palm, {Brett B.} and Jose-Luis Jimenez and Marianne Glasius and Goldstein, {Allen H.} and Pye, {Havala O. T.} and Avram Gold and Turpin, {Barbara J.} and William Vizuete and Martin, {Scot T.} and Thornton, {Joel A.} and Dutcher, {Cari S.} and Ault, {Andrew P.} and Surratt, {Jason D.}",
year = "2019",
month = aug,
doi = "10.1021/acs.est.9b01019",
language = "English",
volume = "53",
pages = "8682--8694",
journal = "Environmental Science & Technology (Washington)",
issn = "0013-936X",
publisher = "AMER CHEMICAL SOC",
number = "15",

}

RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Increasing isoprene epoxydiol-to-inorganic sulfate aerosol ratio results in extensive conversion of inorganic sulfate to organosulfur forms

T2 - implications for aerosol physicochemical properties

AU - Riva, Matthieu

AU - Chen, Yuzhi

AU - Zhang, Yue

AU - Lei, Ziying

AU - Olson, Nicole E.

AU - Boyer, Hallie C.

AU - Narayan, Shweta

AU - Yee, Lindsay D.

AU - Green, Hilary S.

AU - Cui, Tianqu

AU - Zhang, Zhenfa

AU - Baumann, Karsten

AU - Fort, Mike

AU - Edgerton, Eric

AU - Budisulistiorini, Sri H.

AU - Rose, Caitlin A.

AU - Ribeiro, Igor O.

AU - L e Oliveira, Rafael

AU - dos Santos, Erickson O.

AU - Machado, Cristine M. D.

AU - Szopa, Sophie

AU - Zhao, Yue

AU - Alves, Eliane G.

AU - de Sa, Suzane S.

AU - Hu, Weiwei

AU - Knipping, Eladio M.

AU - Shaw, Stephanie L.

AU - Duvoisin Junior, Sergio

AU - de Souza, Rodrigo A. F.

AU - Palm, Brett B.

AU - Jimenez, Jose-Luis

AU - Glasius, Marianne

AU - Goldstein, Allen H.

AU - Pye, Havala O. T.

AU - Gold, Avram

AU - Turpin, Barbara J.

AU - Vizuete, William

AU - Martin, Scot T.

AU - Thornton, Joel A.

AU - Dutcher, Cari S.

AU - Ault, Andrew P.

AU - Surratt, Jason D.

PY - 2019/8

Y1 - 2019/8

N2 - Acid-driven multiphase chemistry of isoprene epoxydiols (IEPOX), key isoprene oxidation products, with inorganic sulfate aerosol yields substantial amounts of secondary organic aerosol (SOA) through the formation of organosulfur compounds. The extent and implications of inorganic-to-organic sulfate conversion, however, are unknown. In this article, we demonstrate that extensive consumption of inorganic sulfate occurs, which increases with the IEPOX-to-inorganic sulfate concentration ratio (IEPOX/Sulf(inorg)), as determined by laboratory measurements. Characterization of the total sulfur aerosol observed at Look Rock, Tennessee, from 2007 to 2016 shows that organosulfur mass fractions will likely continue to increase with ongoing declines in anthropogenic Sulf(inorg), consistent with our laboratory findings. We further demonstrate that organosulfur compounds greatly modify critical aerosol properties, such as acidity, morphology, viscosity, and phase state. These new mechanistic insights demonstrate that changes in SO2 emissions, especially in isoprene-dominated environments, will significantly alter biogenic SOA physicochemical properties. Consequently, IEPDX/Sulf(inorg) will play an important role in understanding the historical climate and determining future impacts of biogenic SOA on the global climate and air quality.

AB - Acid-driven multiphase chemistry of isoprene epoxydiols (IEPOX), key isoprene oxidation products, with inorganic sulfate aerosol yields substantial amounts of secondary organic aerosol (SOA) through the formation of organosulfur compounds. The extent and implications of inorganic-to-organic sulfate conversion, however, are unknown. In this article, we demonstrate that extensive consumption of inorganic sulfate occurs, which increases with the IEPOX-to-inorganic sulfate concentration ratio (IEPOX/Sulf(inorg)), as determined by laboratory measurements. Characterization of the total sulfur aerosol observed at Look Rock, Tennessee, from 2007 to 2016 shows that organosulfur mass fractions will likely continue to increase with ongoing declines in anthropogenic Sulf(inorg), consistent with our laboratory findings. We further demonstrate that organosulfur compounds greatly modify critical aerosol properties, such as acidity, morphology, viscosity, and phase state. These new mechanistic insights demonstrate that changes in SO2 emissions, especially in isoprene-dominated environments, will significantly alter biogenic SOA physicochemical properties. Consequently, IEPDX/Sulf(inorg) will play an important role in understanding the historical climate and determining future impacts of biogenic SOA on the global climate and air quality.

KW - SECONDARY ORGANIC AEROSOL

KW - 2013 SOUTHERN OXIDANT

KW - REACTIVE UPTAKE

KW - UNITED-STATES

KW - ANTHROPOGENIC EMISSIONS

KW - THERMODYNAMIC MODEL

KW - PARTICULATE MATTER

KW - GLASS-TRANSITION

KW - PHASE-SEPARATION

KW - AMMONIUM-SULFATE

U2 - 10.1021/acs.est.9b01019

DO - 10.1021/acs.est.9b01019

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 31335134

VL - 53

SP - 8682

EP - 8694

JO - Environmental Science & Technology (Washington)

JF - Environmental Science & Technology (Washington)

SN - 0013-936X

IS - 15

ER -