His primary areas of study are Troposphere, Mixing ratio, Analytical chemistry, Atmosphere and Environmental chemistry. Jochen Rudolph interconnects Trace gas, Atmospheric chemistry, Chemical composition, Dilution and Nitrogen oxide in the investigation of issues within Troposphere. His work deals with themes such as Propane, Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere, which intersect with Mixing ratio.
His Analytical chemistry research integrates issues from Reproducibility and Acetylene. The study incorporates disciplines such as Air pollution, Air mass and Carbon dioxide in addition to Atmosphere. In his research, Ozone is intimately related to NOx, which falls under the overarching field of Meteorology.
His primary scientific interests are in Troposphere, Analytical chemistry, Environmental chemistry, Isotopes of carbon and Ozone. His Troposphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Air mass, Trace gas and Mixing ratio. He combines subjects such as Photodissociation and Atmospheric chemistry with his study of Analytical chemistry.
The Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Atmosphere, Gas chromatography, Hydrocarbon, Methane and Air pollution. His research on Isotopes of carbon also deals with topics like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Isotopes of carbon, Analytical chemistry, Kinetic isotope effect, Carbon and Environmental chemistry. His Isotopes of carbon research incorporates elements of Gas chromatography, Toluene, Isotope fractionation and Mass spectrometry. Jochen Rudolph works mostly in the field of Analytical chemistry, limiting it down to concerns involving Mixing and, occasionally, p-Xylene.
His research integrates issues of Biomass burning, Atmosphere, Particulates and Fraction in his study of Environmental chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Air pollution brings together such families of science as Chemical reaction, Trace gas, Troposphere and Methane. His studies deal with areas such as Outflow, Volatile organic compound and Mixing ratio as well as Ozone.
Jochen Rudolph spends much of his time researching Isotopes of carbon, Analytical chemistry, Carbon, Isotope fractionation and Kinetic isotope effect. His Analytical chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cyclopentane and Photochemistry. His Carbon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Emission inventory, Dilution and Mineralogy.
Kinetic isotope effect is connected with Organic chemistry, Methylcyclopentane, Isotopologue, Cyclohexane and Propane in his study. When carried out as part of a general Organic chemistry research project, his work on Fractionation and Toluene is frequently linked to work in Heteroatom, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental chemistry and Resolution.
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Relative contribution of oxygenated hydrocarbons to the total biogenic VOC emissions of selected mid-European agricultural and natural plant species
Georg König;Monika Brunda;Hans Puxbaum;C.Nicholas Hewitt.
Atmospheric Environment (1995)
Measurements of C2–C5 hydrocarbons over the North Atlantic
J. Rudolph;D. H. Ehhalt.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1981)
Ozone production rate and hydrocarbon reactivity in 5 urban areas: A cause of high ozone concentration in Houston
L. I. Kleinman;P. H. Daum;D. Imre;Y.-N. Lee.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Sunflower and Beech: Dependence on Temperature and Light Intensity
G. Schuh;A.C. Heiden;T.H. Hoffmann;J. Kahl.
Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry (1997)
Methyl Halide Emissions from Savanna Fires in Southern Africa
M. O. Andreae;E. Atlas;G. W. Harris;G. W. Harris;G. Helas.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
The tropospheric distribution and budget of ethane
Journal of Geophysical Research (1995)
Measurements of light atmospheric hydrocarbons over the Atlantic in regions of low biological activity
J. Rudolph;F. J. Johnen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1990)
The budgets of ethane and tetrachloroethene: Is there evidence for an impact of reactions with chlorine atoms in the troposphere?
J. Rudolph;R. Koppmann;Ch. Plass-Dülmer.
Atmospheric Environment (1996)
Measurements of tropospheric OH concentrations: A comparison of field data with model predictions
D. Perner;U. Platt;M. Trainer;M. Trainer;G. Hübler;G. Hübler.
Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry (1987)
A novel method for compound specific determination of δ13C in volatile organic compounds at ppt levels in ambient air
J. Rudolph;David C. Lowe;R. J. Martin;T. S. Clarkson.
Geophysical Research Letters (1997)
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