Xianliang Zhou mainly investigates Environmental chemistry, Dissolved organic carbon, Seawater, Carbon and Atmospheric chemistry. Xianliang Zhou has researched Environmental chemistry in several fields, including Atmosphere and Ozone. Xianliang Zhou interconnects Organic matter and Carbon cycle in the investigation of issues within Dissolved organic carbon.
His Seawater research incorporates elements of Analytical chemistry, Radical, Hydroxyl radical and Aqueous solution. His work in the fields of Carbon, such as Atmospheric carbon cycle and Oceanic carbon cycle, intersects with other areas such as Refractory and Carbon respiration. His Atmospheric chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Daytime, Diurnal temperature variation and Troposphere.
Xianliang Zhou mostly deals with Meteorology, Troposphere, Environmental chemistry, Photodissociation and Analytical chemistry. His work investigates the relationship between Meteorology and topics such as Daytime that intersect with problems in Diurnal temperature variation. His work deals with themes such as Atmosphere and Atmospheric chemistry, which intersect with Troposphere.
His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Atmospheric carbon cycle, Carbon and Ozone. His Photodissociation study combines topics in areas such as Radical, Hydroxyl radical, Nitrous acid and Nitric acid. His study in Dissolved organic carbon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Deep sea and Oceanic carbon cycle, Carbon cycle.
His primary areas of investigation include Nitric acid, Environmental chemistry, Ozone, Fine particulate and Nitrate. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Photodissociation, Atmosphere, Nitrous acid and Troposphere. As part of his studies on Environmental chemistry, Xianliang Zhou frequently links adjacent subjects like Radical.
The concepts of his Ozone study are interwoven with issues in Flux, Volatile organic compound and Analytical chemistry.
Xianliang Zhou mainly focuses on Derivatization, Chromatography, Reagent, Atmosphere and Troposphere. His Derivatization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Detection limit, Equilibrium constant, Formaldehyde and Aqueous solution. His Chromatography research includes themes of Butylamine, Propylamine, Amine gas treating and Ethylamine.
The study of Reagent is intertwined with the study of Methylamine in a number of ways. His Atmosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photodissociation, Radical, Nitrous acid and Environmental chemistry. Xianliang Zhou regularly ties together related areas like Nitric acid in his Troposphere studies.
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Photochemical degradation of dissolved organic carbon and its impact on the oceanic carbon cycle
Kenneth Mopper;Kenneth Mopper;Xianliang Zhou;Xianliang Zhou;Robert J. Kieber;Robert J. Kieber;David J. Kieber;David J. Kieber.
Formation of carbonyl compounds from UV‐induced photodegradation of humic substances in natural waters: Fate of riverine carbon in the sea
Robert J. Kieber;Xianliang Zhou;Kenneth Mopper.
Limnology and Oceanography (1990)
Hydroxyl radical photoproduction in the sea and its potential impact on marine processes.
Kenneth Mopper;Xianliang Zhou.
Determination of photochemically produced hydroxyl radicals in seawater and freshwater
Xianliang Zhou;Kenneth Mopper.
Marine Chemistry (1990)
OH and HO2 Chemistry in the urban atmosphere of New York City
Xinrong Ren;Hartwig Harder;Monica Martinez;Robert L. Lesher.
Atmospheric Environment (2003)
Snowpack photochemical production of HONO: A major source of OH in the Arctic boundary layer in springtime
Xianliang Zhou;Harald J. Beine;Richard E. Honrath;Jose D. Fuentes.
Geophysical Research Letters (2001)
Why do models overestimate surface ozone in the Southeast United States
Katherine R. Travis;Daniel J. Jacob;Jenny A. Fisher;Patrick S. Kim.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2016)
Photochemical production of low-molecular-weight carbonyl compounds in seawater and surface microlayer and their air-sea exchange
Xianliang Zhou;Kenneth Mopper.
Marine Chemistry (1997)
Nitric acid photolysis on surfaces in low-NOx environments: Significant atmospheric implications
Xianliang Zhou;Xianliang Zhou;Honglian Gao;Honglian Gao;Yi He;Yi He;Gu Huang;Gu Huang.
Geophysical Research Letters (2003)
Chemical and physical characteristics of nascent aerosols produced by bursting bubbles at a model air-sea interface
William C. Keene;Hal Maring;John R. Maben;David J. Kieber.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
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