His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Halogen, Troposphere, Ozone and Aerosol. His Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Air pollution, Air pollution episode, Volatile organic compound and Particulates. His work deals with themes such as Flux and Boundary layer, which intersect with Halogen.
His work in Boundary layer addresses issues such as Photodissociation, which are connected to fields such as Criegee intermediate, Planetary boundary layer and Atmosphere. Troposphere is a subfield of Atmospheric sciences that he investigates. His work on Atmospheric chemistry as part of general Ozone research is frequently linked to Reaction rate constant and Spectroscopy, bridging the gap between disciplines.
William J. Bloss mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, Ozone, Aerosol, Environmental chemistry and Air quality index. In his research, Snow is intimately related to Boundary layer, which falls under the overarching field of Atmospheric sciences. His Ozone study incorporates themes from Photochemistry, Radical, Nitrate and Ozonolysis.
William J. Bloss has included themes like Reaction mechanism and Analytical chemistry in his Radical study. He works mostly in the field of Analytical chemistry, limiting it down to concerns involving Photodissociation and, occasionally, Halogen. His research in Aerosol intersects with topics in Trace gas, Atmospheric chemistry, Tropospheric ozone, Particulates and Relative humidity.
His primary areas of study are Air quality index, Environmental chemistry, Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences and Air pollution. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chemical composition, Haze and Ozone, Atmospheric chemistry. His research integrates issues of Radical and Reactivity in his study of Ozone.
His Atmospheric chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Alkene and Ozonolysis. His Aerosol research integrates issues from Photodissociation, Nitrous acid and Relative humidity. His Atmospheric sciences study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Ion flow.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Air quality index, Atmospheric sciences, Air pollution, Analytical chemistry and Particulates. His Air quality index research incorporates elements of Atmospheric physics and Pollutant. He integrates many fields in his works, including Atmospheric sciences and Chemical ionization.
William J. Bloss interconnects Reactivity, Volatile organic compound and Aerosol in the investigation of issues within Analytical chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Instrumentation and Relative humidity in addition to Aerosol. His Particulates research focuses on Air quality monitoring and how it relates to Trace gas.
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Development of a detailed chemical mechanism (MCMv3.1) for the atmospheric oxidation of aromatic hydrocarbons
C. Bloss;V. Wagner;M. E. Jenkin;R. Volkamer;R. Volkamer.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2004)
On the vertical distribution of boundary layer halogens over coastal Antarctica: implications for O 3 , HO x , NO x and the Hg lifetime
A. Saiz-Lopez;A. Saiz-Lopez;J. M. C. Plane;A. S. Mahajan;P. S. Anderson.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2008)
Free radical modelling studies during the UK TORCH Campaign in summer 2003
Katherine M. Emmerson;Katherine M. Emmerson;Nicola Carslaw;D.C. Carslaw;James D. Lee.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2006)
NO3 radical production from the reaction between the Criegee intermediate CH2OO and NO2
Bin Ouyang;Matthew W. McLeod;Roderic L. Jones;William J. Bloss.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2013)
Rate of Gas Phase Association of Hydroxyl Radical and Nitrogen Dioxide
Andrew K. Mollner;Sivakumaran Valluvadasan;Lin Feng;Matthew K. Sprague.
Kinetics and Products of the IO Self-Reaction
William J. Bloss;David M. Rowley;and R. Anthony Cox;Roderic L. Jones.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2001)
Ozone photochemistry and elevated isoprene during the UK heatwave of August 2003
James D. Lee;Alastair C. Lewis;Paul S. Monks;Mark Jacob.
Atmospheric Environment (2006)
Distribution of gaseous and particulate organic composition during dark α-pinene ozonolysis
M. Camredon;J.F. Hamilton;M.S. Alam;Kevin Wyche.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2010)
New Directions: Air pollution challenges for developing megacities like Delhi
Prashant Kumar;Mukesh Khare;Roy M. Harrison;Roy M. Harrison;William J. Bloss.
Atmospheric Environment (2015)
Atmospheric chemistry and physics in the atmosphere of a developed megacity (London): an overview of the REPARTEE experiment and its conclusions
R. M. Harrison;R. M. Harrison;M. Dall'Osto;M. Dall'Osto;D. C. S. Beddows;A. J. Thorpe;A. J. Thorpe.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2012)
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